Good Sunday to one and all. We are wrapping up the weekend with milder air pressing in here, with rain not too far behind. Showers and a few storms get ready to increase from late today through Monday.
Clouds will increase as winds turn southwesterly wind, pushing temps into the 60s for many. Some afternoon showers are possible in central Kentucky, but the bulk of the action holds off until tonight and Monday.
Here are your radars to track the action:
Showers and some thunder rolls into Monday as colder air works in. This chill will be with us into Tuesday, but skies become mostly sunny. Milder air takes control by Wednesday, with readings heading toward 70 by the second half of the week as skies stay dry.
The pattern is primed for another big storm system in the plains as mild air is across the east and cold air invades the west:
That can fire up some decent thunderstorms from the plains into our region, but what happens after that? Some of the models are suggesting this pattern tries to become more established as we close March and say hello to April:
Have a great Sunday and take care.