Storm system's path will determine Valley's rain chances

Storm system's path will determine Valley's rain chances

Andrew Cummings
April 22, 2018

A few of those showers will still be on the map during the morning hours Saturday as well.

There is a slight chance of rain after 2 a.m., increasing to a likelihood of rain through Tuesday.

Temperatures in the 60s area wide as rain has moved east and drier air is pushing into the region from the Northwest. There is a small chance that a couple of these storms become stronger or even severe. Everyone gets in on the shower action by Monday morning as rounds of showers (heavy at times) works into central and eastern Kentucky.

Tonight, temperatures will be mild under cloudy conditions. So, any outdoor plans should not be canceled. Friday reintroduces rain chances associated with an approaching cold front. They will be moving quickly, so I do not expect a lot of rain. Things will likely dry out for Friday with a return to sunshine. The sky conditions will continue to improve throughout the day. Temperatures will not change much from the previous cold front.

Once we hit Thursday, we'll be completely rain-free and sunny again which will last into next weekend.

Highs will be in the mid to upper 70s through the next several days.

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