Grab the umbrella! We're starting this week on a wet note with scattered showers possible throughout the day. Temps will stay mild thanks to a south breeze so, even with the rain, we'll likely top out around 62 this afternoon.
Overnight tonight into tomorrow a cold front pushes through Kentuckiana and we're in for a big drop in temps. Our overnight low of 34 won't rise much at all on Tuesday with the high temp for the day just a few degrees higher at 39 Tuesday afternoon. Some moisture along the frontal boundary will switch over to a wintry mix/snow for the second half of the day Tuesday, but most of that occurs well south and east of Louisville so don't expect any impacts to the city on Tuesday. Very chilly temps Tuesday evening into early Wednesday!
High pressure builds back in for the middle of the week so we're mainly dry with gradually rising temps as we head towards the weekend.
A disturbance moving through Friday into Saturday may give us a small chance for some rain, but the weekend does look cool and mostly dry as of now.
TODAY: Cloudy, mild, breezy, with scattered rain showers. High: 62. Wind: S 10-20 mph, gusting 30 mph.
TONIGHT: A few showers gradually clearing west to east. Low: 34. Wind: SW 10-15 mph.
TUESDAY: Mostly cloudy, turning colder and mostly dry. Light mix possible southeast of Louisville. High: 37. Wind: NW 10-25 mph.
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