Stretch of dry days to start the week

Rain takes backseat to sunshine

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.

Drying out Monday

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.

All areas cleared from Flood Warnings and Advisories

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.

 

SUNDAY NIGHT

Rain ending
Fog possible overnight
Low: 68

MONDAY

Patchy fog
Mostly sunny, slight chance
High:87

MONDAY NIGHT

Mostly clear, cooler and drier
Low: 63

 

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