This morning Warren County received nearly half an inch of rain adding to a total of 4.19 inches for the month of August, according to the Kentucky Mesonet. When compared to August of the past, this year has been very wet. Warren County has already collected more rain this year than the past two years combined. The chance for rain will begin to diminish as the week moves on. There will be a few scattered storms that will move into the area tonight and into tomorrow as a cold front passes through. The low pressure system will move through the area by Tuesday night leaving the end of the week clear and warm with highs in the low 80s. Beginning on Wednesday a high pressure system will move into the area and remain draped over the central Unites States into the weekend. This will allow for a dry week ahead making it feel more like a normal August for South Central Kentucky.
Tuesday: High of 84. Low of 58. 30% chance of rain throughout the day. Wind out of the NW at 10mph.
Wednesday: High of 79. Low of 55. 10% chance of rain in the morning. Wind out of the NE at 10 mph.
Thursday: High of 78. Low of 59. 0% chance of rain. Wind out of the NNE at 8 mph.
Friday: High of 80. Low of 64. 0% chance of rain. Wind out of the NNE at 7 mph. Partly cloudy.
Forecaster: John Logan Thomas