Hopefully you were able to get out and enjoy the weather today because rain returns to the forecast and an unsettled, wet pattern will settle into the area for the next few days.
High pressure will keep us dry tonight, but clouds will start to build later this evening. Lows will drop into the mid to upper 40s.
A much more active pattern is setting up for the rest of the week with multiple rounds of rain likely.
Showers return Tuesday morning, The rain will arrive around the peak morning rush. Severe weather is not expected tomorrow, but we will see several hours of rain. We will get a few hour break in the evening, before another round of rain moves through. Temperatures stay mild in the mid 60s.
More rounds of rain will pass through the Ohio Valley on Wednesday with a breezy southwest wind at 10 to 15 mph. Wednesday's high still makes it to the upper 60s. But the cold front passing this day will open the door to cooler air for several days to come. The storm prediction center has put us under a marginal risk for severe weather.
Temperatures cool to the mid 50s on Thursday with isolated showers and the low 50s on Friday with more isolated rain activity.