While we are dry for now, showers have already pushed into Western KY and will continue moving eastward throughout the day. This first broken line of showers will arrive in BG in the next few hours. The majority of these showers will be light in nature and become more scattered as they approach Warren and the surrounding counties. The evening looks dry, but heavier rain showers will move in overnight. Despite the warm push of air from the south, dense cloud cover will keep us right around 60 today.
Friday will start off wet, but we should dry out for the evening hours. Models indicate that we could see rain totals of 1-1.5″ once all is said and done. Morning lows will be quite warm, only dropping into the upper 40s. They won’t move much throughout the day with highs hovering in the low 50s.
Saturday will be cool and start off rainy much like Friday, but the rain will be lighter in nature. Highs will once again hover around 50 and skies will be cloudy throughout the day.
Sunday will be the dry day over the weekend and skies will clear out early to make for a nice day. Temperatures will start off in the mid 30s and rise to the mid 50s. After the cool weekend, things will warm up closer to 60 for the first couple days next week.