I will start with the good news :)
Cool and comfortable for another 48 hours :)
Actually, I could even extend that into 72 if you didn't mind some mid 80s on Thursday :)
The challenges remain over the long holiday weekend.
Cold front approaches. More humid. Isolated showers possible early in the day with new development of scattered t-storms possible by the afternoon close to the front. Coverage looks low enough to keep rain chances generally in the 20-40% range. Highs generally in the 80s.
Front stalls over southern KY near the TN border. Rain chance focused closer to that zone with the forecast drier the farther away you are from it. The haze/cloud blow-off may keep much of KY cloudy as times with sunshine over IN. Highs again generally in the 80s.
Dry most of the day other than typical pop-up t-storms. Highs into the 80s. The stalled front to our south feature the higher rain risk.
The stalled front becomes stalled no more. It will start its journey north as a warm front during the night. Some strong t-storms may develop over W KY but that looks to be outside our area for now.
The warm front will be either side of I-64. A potent low pressure will then ride along the front. Timing is key on this feature. Current data trends suggest an early morning event with heavy rain...fading by the afternoon. Highs in the 70s with the early rain idea with perhaps late day recovery into the 80s. It is worth noting that a slower speed of this low would shift the higher rain chance into Monday afternoon as well as the intensity risk.
Latest model trends producing 1-3" for the grand total over the weekend.
Any time we are dealing with "stalled front" and "timing issues with low pressures", the forecast details will change on a near daily basis until we get closer in time. So just be weather aware and stay close to the daily changes!!
See ya on TV!