Rain chances go up tonight as a cold front approaches the Ohio Valley. Severe weather is not expected but we could hear a few claps of thunder as the system moves through. Expect measurable rainfall of up to .25" on average with some higher totals possible. Low near 67.
Clouds will be the dominant feature Sunday along with isolated chances of rain from the early morning hours through early afternoon. Clouds will slowly move out late Sunday, clearing the way for a spectacular viewing of Riverfest fireworks and festivities.
Labor Day will be sunny, dry and comfortable with highs near 81. The next weak cold front will bring a slight chance of rain late Tuesday night into early Wednesday. It's our only rain chance of the week. Temperatures take a minor hit and fall back into the upper 70s for a few days. By the 911 weekend, the 80s will return and a big warming trend follows. We're talking mid-September 90s!
Scattered chance of showers
Isolated claps of thunder
Chance of a few showers
Sunny, dry and