Chance of rain and thunderstorms linger into evening

April ends dry, May comes in warm!

While the chance of showers and thunderstorms decrease into the evening, there is still a chance of another push of rain as we approach midnight.  The good news is that the threat of severe weather for the Tri-State is diminishing as well.

We still could see a strong to isolated chance of a severe storm but the Storm Prediction Center has greatly lowered the chance here and has increased it south of Louisville and Lexington, Kentucky. This evening temperatures will hold in the mid 40s and bottom out around 43 by daybreak.  We'll start Sunday mostly cloudy and end with sunshine and temperatures in the lower 60s during the afternoon.

Showers linger into the evening

An area of low pressure is moving south of the Tri-State tonight bringing with it a chance of a few strong to severe storms. Most of the Tri-State will be calm but from Owen county south, storms may develop that could produce large hail and damaging winds.

Strong storms possible late today in NKY

Sunday, expect a few showers early in the morning, but as future clouds and radar shows below, we'll see sunshine return by the early afternoon. Temperatures tomorrow will climb into the low 60s. Warmer weather is expected next week, along with a period of dry and sunny weather!

Sunshine returns Sunday afternoon


Chance of rain & storms
Otherwise cloudy
Low: 43


Isolated morning shower
Mostly sunny afternoon
High: 61


Mostly clear
Low: 41


Mostly sunny to partly cloudy
Dry and mild
High: 61


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