Beneficial rains for many! Labor Day could bring more.
Although the rain wasn't timely, it sure was beneficial for many areas!
Over the last two days, some locations picked up as much as three inches of rainfall. The rain wasn't as generous in the Knobs and in the East end with about a half inch recorded at those locations.
Officially, about two inches fell over the weekeend at the airport in Louisville.
Elsewhere, more good rains fell across our southeastern counties where, according to doppler estimates, widespread two to three inch rains occurred across parts of Taylor, Green, LaRue, Marion and Nelson Counties.
Much of Southern Indiana missed out on the heavier rains though averaging between a half and one inch for many locations.
Currently, while the steadier rains have pushed into Eastern Kentucky, we continue to track scattered downpours across the area.
The remnants of Isaac will continue to provide us with additional rain opportunities over the next day or two as the storm system stalls out across the region.
Generally speaking, showers should slowly diminish over night before firing back up during the heating of the day tomorrow.
Although the rains won't be as widespread, some pockets of heavier showers will be possible so keep that in mind as you plan out your Labor Day.
Because of the clouds, temperatures will remain fairly mild for this time of the year with highs topping out in the lower 80's.
If you are looking for sunshine, you'll have to wait until Tuesday. Humidity will remain quite high and will make it feel quite uncomfortable as we head into the middle of the week.
Have a Happy Labor Day!