Spotty storms are on the move and we'll see more rain in the morning. A cold front will slowly move through the Ohio Valley. But we also have moisture coming our way from the remnants of Ida. The combination should bring about likely rain chances on Tuesday with heavier precipitation to the south. 1-2" more precipitation will be possible. This is why flooding needs to be monitored.
The remnants of Ida move out of the area on Wednesday, allowing the forecast to dry out and temperatures to max out in the upper 70s. In fact, upper 70s with low humidity stays with us through Friday.
Overall, the Labor Day weekend will be nice as highs warm to the low 80s before mid 80s hit for Monday. While we have a slight chance for rain this weekend, most communities should stay dry.
Heavy rain and storms later
Potential for localized flooding