A few showers and isolated storms will move through the Tri-State this evening before our drying out process begins. We can't rule out an isolated strong to severe storm as we are still under a "Marginal Risk" across the Tri-State. This is our lowest storm risk level. Heavy rain is still a concern as we still have lots of moisture in the air. Lows tonight bottom out near 68 degrees.
That's after torrential rain and storms overnight. 9 First Warning Doppler estimates show rainfall to 7 inches around the Maysville area where major flooding has happened.
Drier air will be funneling in late tonight and into Monday. Temperatures will fall into the mid- and upper 80s, with a slight chance for showers tomorrow. We'll have pleasant weather mid-week before another round of rain and storms on Thursday. Temperatures will likely pulse up toward the 90 degree mark before rain arrives.