TODAY: Most of the region kicked off this morning with partly cloudy skies and temperatures in the upper 60s and low 70s. You can expect partly sunny skies and temperatures heating up to seasonable standards. Highs will reach near the low 90s. However, the humidity isn’t giving us much of a break. It could feel more like the mid to upper 90s at times. An isolated shower can’t be ruled out.
TONIGHT: Conditions will start changing tonight. We're tracking a low pressure system off to the northwest that could bring some shower and thunderstorm chances overnight into early Friday morning. It looks to mainly affect our communities around and north of I-64. Storms are expected to move through as early as 8PM and could last into the early predawn hours. The Storm Prediction Center has placed our far northwestern communities under a “1” on the Threat Index for severe weather. Temperatures will drop into the low 70s Friday morning with mostly cloudy skies.
REST OF THE WEEK: While most of our Friday morning will be dry, there is a good chance of seeing more showers and storms developing in the late morning and through the afternoon hours. We could see several rounds of heavy rain. Highs will only top out into the mid to upper 80s. Similar conditions will carry over into the weekend.