Unseasonably cool air will remain over KY for the next few days until the flow becomes southerly over the weekend and more seasonable temperatures return. The next big weather maker for KY will be in the form of a weakening cold front that should arrive in the middle of next week.
The ridge currently reponsible for triple digit temperatures in the Southwest will move into the Great Plains early next week as a strong trough moves into the Pacific Northwest. Temperatures here will rise into the low 80s and dewpoints will rise into the low 60s. The cold front associated with the trough will weaken as it runs into the ridge Thursday which lessens the likelihood of any severe weather for the mid-south.
In all, the pattern looks to be pretty quiet through the end of the month.