Scattered showers and thunderstorms will continue through the duration of the afternoon. A few thunderstorms could cause brief periods of heavy rain and some lightning. Most of the rain will come to an end after the sun sets; although, a few showers could linger into midnight.
After midnight, the rest of the night will be dry. Patchy fog is likely to form around dawn, but will clear by mid-morning.
Through the rest of Memorial Day, the morning first half will be mostly sunny. Another warm afternoon will be underway with temperatures reaching the lower and mid 80s. Scattered afternoon showers and thunderstorms are possible, especially near the VA/KY and TN/KY borders and throughout the Big Sandy.
Through the evening, the shower activity will end and temperatures will drop to the lower 60s.
On Tuesday, the day will be mostly sunny and dry. In fact, afternoon showers and thunderstorms don't look likely.
June will be off to a VERY warm start. Afternoon highs will flirt with the upper 80s. Rain will return with the afternoon.
A cold front will swing through on Thursday, which will bring prolonged rain chances through the day. Next weekend's highs will also take a hit with the passing of the front. Temperatures will struggle to break out of the 70s both Friday and Saturday.
Sky Alert Meteorologist