WEDNESDAY: Some of us are starting off dry, but most of the communities north and around I-64 are receiving a healthy amount of rainfall. Most of the storm activity will migrate to the south and east through the morning as part of an inbound cold front. Most of the activity should be out of here by the afternoon, which will bring clearing skies and cooling temperatures. Highs will only reach the low to mid 80s.
WEDNESDAY NIGHT: Skies will become mostly clear with northerly winds forcing in some cooler air. Overnight lows will have time to drop into the low 60s by the time you're waking up tomorrow morning.
REST OF THE WEEK: Thursday will bring mostly sunny skies and highs in the mid 80s. While the mid 80s are seasonable in September, those temperatures will start to rise as we head into the weekend. There isn't a great chance of rain, but some isolated pockets of showers will be possible Friday and Saturday. We'll be in the mid-to-upper 80s both days. Dew points will move up a touch on the Muggy Meter as well.