Some rain, then (a little) cooler

Labor Day afternoon

So far the day as gone well, mostly dry for the area although a few folks had a couple of light showers late this morning.  Still quite warm and humid and that could still pop up an isolated thunderstorm late this afternoon or evening.  (only about a 20% chance)  So it looks like a warm, but dry,evening for UL’s ACC opener at Papa John’s.

After midnight, the weather should start getting more active.  A weak cool front will move into areas west of us and spawn a large outbreak of showers/thunderstorms across southern Indiana.  Most, maybe all, of this system should stay north of the Ohio River overnight, but the weakening leftovers should push through the Louisville area during the morning tomorrow.  Skies will begin a slow clearing tomorrow afternoon and slightly cooler, less humid air will move in for Wednesday.

We should get a break from the 90’s tomorrow thanks to the clouds and showers.  Highs in the mid 80’s tomorrow and upper 80’s Wednesday (with lower humidity) will feel pretty good.  But, don’t get used to them yet, higher heat and humid should return by Thursday.


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