Sick and tired of the dreary, rainy, cool weather we've had as of late? It's coming to an end! After the fog outside of Louisville mixes out by late morning we'll be left with a mostly cloudy day and a small afternoon shower chance. Today's showers doesn't look to be quite as widespread as yesterday, but areas south of the city may once again be favored. Heavy downpours don't look to be on the list as most of the data is pointing toward more of a spotty shower/sprinkle scenario, which makes sense given the departure of the pesky area of low pressure that's been over us for days.
Today's 70s will be nice, but the 80s coming our way starting on Tuesday will be a relief for those who thought our "pumpkin spice" weather was a bit premature this year. There's really no appreciable rain chance in the forecast for the next week, only a small shower chance for Saturday as a front passes through. This front may help to push Hurricane Matthew eastward, preventing it from hitting the US coast, but that's all about timing.
Speaking of Hurricane Matthew, the latest track from the National Hurricane Center keeps it off the coast of Florida by late week, but a sliver of South Florida is still within the "cone of uncertainty". Anything past the end of the week when it comes to where it will go is still up in the air. The aforementioned front will be key, but so will the storm's speed.
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