The weekend starts dry on Saturday morning but with a cold front heading our way, rain will return. Scattered showers will begin early Saturday afternoon to the west and push east across the Tri-State. This means your outdoor plans could be pushed inside for a bit as spotty rain is possible from 2 p.m to sunset. Severe weather is unlikely and even rumbles of thunder will be hard to come by.
Scattered showers continue Saturday night with the front moving through and then Sunday stays mostly cloudy. It's possible that light rain could linger during the day Sunday as the front stalls in Northern Kentucky. Sunday's high ends up at 78.
Monday, Labor Day, will probably be one of the best weather days of the weekend. Temperatures will be warmer in the low 80s and the sky will be mostly sunny.
A few storms
Spotty rain possible