When it rains, it pours! The metro area picked up between 1.5 and 3 inches of rain since Tuesday.
Parts of the area picked up locally 4 to 5 inches of the wet stuff!
Right now, we are looking at cloudy, but dry conditions in Louisivlle.
In fact, despite plenty of clouds, most of the area remains dry right now with only a few isolated showers showing up on radar currently.
The slow moving frontal boundary that has been the focus for the rains recently continues to take residence across the region stretching from the Ohio Valley through the Plains.
To the north, I've highlighted an upper level trough that will help to push the front through the area. This will give us a gradual drying trend as we head into the weekend.
However, in the meantime, the stationary front could help to produce a few more scattered showers and storms this afternoon and this evening, especially across our southern counties.
AdvanceTrak is showing a clearing sky by late afternoon tomorrow!
Join Marc for a full update of what to expect over the weekend on WDRB News at 4.
Meteorologist Jeremy Kappell