STEPHANIE MIDGETT'S NIGHTLY UPDATE Updated at 8:30 PM, Saturday, May 18, 2013 24-hour First Alert Forecast 270-467-0373 Got weather? Tag it #wbkowx @WBKO_Weather on twitter
NOWCAST: Partly to mostly cloudy skies with only a small chance for a widely scattered shower. Fog will develop late tonight.
AN UNSETTLED WEEKEND: The unsettled weather will continue into the second half of the weekend with tomorrow bringing the area more of the same. Temperatures will climb into the low and mid 80s for tomorrow afternoon and there could be more scattered rain and thunderstorms develop. Severe weather is not expected, but stronger storms could put down some locally heavy rain amounts. Tomorrow night the rain will taper off.
WARM, THEN RAINY: Monday looks dry, with temperatures reaching the upper 80s to possibly even 90° during the afternoon. Starting Tuesday late afternoon/evening a stronger storm system will make its presence known with some scattered rain and thunderstorms. The best chance of rain this week will be Wednesday and Thursday, and strong storms could occur. Friday the rain tapers off and temperatures return in the low and mid 70s. As of right now, next Saturday does look dry.
TONIGHT: Small Chance of Rain, Some Fog... Low 65, winds Calm