A blustery and possibly wet Friday!
After a few showers earlier today, dry weather has resumed across Kentuckiana this evening.
A short distance to the northwest, they are dealing with a very potent upper low pressure system that is spinning across much of the midwest with clouds, cold temps, windy and wet conditions.
This storm will make a close encounter with us tomorrow and will bring some healthy rain chances to parts of our area.
With the low passing to our north, the highest rain chances will occur into Indiana. While scattered showers are expected across the metro and our central viewing area, there will only be a slight chance of showers for our southern counties.
Here's the way it looks on AdvanceTrak...
Showing a few showers across Southern Indiana in the morning.
Rains will become more widespread during the afternoon.
A few showers will remain possible through the evening hours.
However, any rain that does fall should be fairly light with most areas under a tenth of an inch.
In addition to the chance of rain, Friday will bring us plenty of cloud cover and some blustery conditions with highs only expected to reach the middle 50's.
However, we are looking foward to a very nice warm up in the extended. I'll have more on just how warm it will get tonight on WDRB News at 10.
Meteorologist Jeremy Kappell