Most of the showers have cleared out of the area this morning so we'll be dealing with cloudy skies for the majority of the day. Highs will struggle back into the lower 50s, which is actually where we should be for this time of year. Additional rains move back into our Southern Kentucky counties after sunset with another slug of rain moving into the I-64 corridor just after midnight, affecting Metro Louisville.
While this round of rain should be light to moderate, rainfall on Monday night after some dry time during the day will be heavier as temperatures rise toward 60 degrees. In fact, rainfall in East Tennessee could be very problematic as it stacks up to 5" in some cases between today and Tuesday. Around here we'll see as little as a half inch of additional rainfall in Southern Indiana to as much as two inches in our extreme Southern Kentucky counties, most likely Adair. Once the front pushing the rain through exits on Tuesday morning we could be left with gusty winds that could trigger gusts up to 35 mph. Temperatures fall through the day on Tuesday and we'll see cooler, but not unseasonably cool, weather to end the workweek.