While a few folks to the west of Louisville are seeing some downpours this morning, the rest of us should stay dry through the early afternoon. At that point scattered thunderstorms begin to develop and they'll be with us until about mid-evening or so. Severe weather is not expected and the only risks we face from these storms today are heavy downpours and a gust of wind. With a ridge of high pressure building in fully by Tuesday of this week we'll see highs back in the 90s. I've trimmed back some of the already low storm chances for the week since this ridge looks to be pretty strong. With the dry air and ground that we'll have, we may need to increase highs into the mid 90s by the weekend. Our hottest temperatures always arrive after a dry stretch of weather so that's something to watch for.
The second week of September looks like a different story though as a cold front may take aim at us. Check out the video below for a detailed look!