I think we're good on rain for now after Sunday night and yesterday morning's downpours. Here's a map from the NWS of the rain totals reported. Notice the line of heaviest rain near the Ohio River. Some locations received over 4"! At the airport in Louisville, we received 3.36", which will be the official total recorded for that 24 hour period for Louisville.
We had just a few isolated showers early this morning in Southern Indiana, but other than that, we're expecting a dry day today. We may not be so lucky tomorrow though. We are watching a cut-off low pressure center (a.k.a. closed low) just to the north of us that will hang out for the next couple days.
This low is cut-off from the jet stream, thus the name "cut-off". The jet stream is the main steering force that moves low pressure systems/storm systems across the country. However, when a low pressure system isn't located close enough to the jet stream, it can stall out bringing rain to an area for an extended period of time. The jet stream is located farther north of this cut-off low.
The QPF shows the counter clockwise swirl of anticipated rain with this closed low.
We are expecting a pulse of energy to move around the backside of the low tomorrow, which will give the atmosphere enough lift to produce some rain showers tomorrow... especially in the afternoon.