Friday is the start of a wet next couple of days. As a warm front moves into the area bring WAA which will allow the high to be in the low 60s today. However, there is a sufficient amount of moisture available mixed with a weak cold front near western Kentucky and it will confine the precipitation from falling in parts of Kentucky. there will still be stratus clouds which will still make today seem gloomy. Into the night, a rush of low-level moisture associated with the warm front with spark showers over the area around 8-9 pm central time. There is plentiful amounts of rain available around 03z, 9pm CST according to 06z GFS. The temperatures will not fall much tonight. Rain will continue Saturday morning and will continue till about 3pm when dry area moves above the surface, but there will still be a small chance through the evening but clearing out before the day ends. There is little to no severe threat Saturday to Saturday evening with low instability
Sunday looks to be dry with winds from the south west with some god mixing could lead to gust from the tight pressure gradient with a low to the north of the area. With a cold front moving into the area with the beginning of the weak we will see temperatures below average for this time of year.
Friday: 61/56 Great chance of rain thorough-out the day greater at night
Saturday: 55/49 Chance of rain mostly morning through evening
Sunday: 65/40 Sunny