After a warm, sunny Saturday, rain chances are on the horizon. Multiple systems will move throughout the Bluegrass this week; each, of which, brings a threat for rain.
Overnight lows drop to the upper 50s with a southeasterly wind at 5-7 mph. While the first half of the night will be dry, the second half brings a change.
Rain will move in before dawn Sunday ahead of a cold front. Scattered showers and thunderstorms will persist throughout the day. If you have outdoor plans Sunday, have a plan B ready.
Within a few of the thunderstorms, gusts will crank near 20 mph. Additionally, heavy rain remains possible and small hail could develop, as well.
Chances dwindle Sunday night, but another system moves in Monday. This will lead to scattered showers Monday and possible thunderstorms Tuesday.
Our best chance of not seeing rain will be from Wednesday afternoon through Thursday afternoon before additional chances arrive late Thursday.
A third system approaches as the new weekend nears.
Have a good night!
Sky Alert Meteorologist