A cut-off low currently spinning in and around Kentucky will slowly move to the north-northeast over the next few days and continue to keep it mainly cloudy, breezy and unsettled at times, especially Saturday and Sunday afternoon and evening. High temperatures will mainly be in the mid to upper 60s, and lows will be in the 50s. There will not be many showers around tonight just a few spotty showers and patchy drizzle with lows in the low to mid 50s. The cut-off low will slowly inch closer to us Saturday during the day which will likely trigger more numerous showers for the midday through early evening hours across the area. A few more showers will be around Saturday night, followed by another batch of more numerous showers and possibly a t-storm or two for the midday through early evening hours of Sunday as the low moves overhead. So if you have outdoor plans this weekend, I would have a backup indoor plan, but don't necessarily go canceling your plans outside as we do not anticipate a washout Saturday or Sunday.
After a few more lingering showers Monday, the stubborn slow moving low responsible for the clouds and scattered showers this weekend will finally crawl away from the area later Monday into Tuesday. High pressure will replace the slow low and set us up for some very nice early fall weather Tuesday through at least Thursday with more sun and unseasonably mild temperatures returning! Stay tuned for updates.
Have a great weekend everyone!