Conditions stay generally cloudy as we head into our Saturday morning. While I can't rule out a passing shower (mostly in Northern Kentucky), most neighborhoods will simply stay cloudy.
Temperatures drop into the 50s late, with mornings lows near 50 degrees at 7 a.m.
As for the weekend, another rainmaker hits the Tri-State Saturday, bringing in scattered rain and afternoon thunderstorms. Highs will only reach the low to mid-60s Saturday.
Off-and-on rain showers are likely to continue on Sunday, which means we are in for a soggy day. However, the rain now appears to start later after "The Pig". Highs will get close to 70°
7AM: Cloudy skies, chance scattered showers
11AM-3PM: Rain starts, heavy at times through the day
6PM: Rain continues, isolated storms possible
7PM: Rain, heavy at times through the overnight
7AM: Cloudy skies, chance isolated showers
12PM: Isolated showers develop
4PM: Scattered rain and thunderstorms
7PM: Scattered rain
10PM: Rain ends
18th FLYING PIG MARATHON
At the moment, the Flying Pig looks cloudy, with a chance for showers with race time temps from 55°-59° The pavement and roads will be wet from heavy rain just before the start time. Keep track of the forecast as the rainmaker is still several hundred miles away, giving rise to a change in the forecast should the system speed up.
slight chance showers
Rain by midday
Rain continues-heavy rain late
Rain by the afternoon
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