Thursday night, clear and breezy at times with temperatures falling through the 40s and to about 33 Friday morning says Storm Center 7 Chief Meteorologist Jamie Simpson.
Friday, sun gives way to clouds and a southwest breeze. A high should hit just above 50 degrees. Friday night, clouds with the breeze may keep the temperature to around 40 for the start of Saturday.
Saturday, breezy again with clouds and a little sunshine. Highs will be in the upper-50s. Rain should arrive by sunrise Saturday.
Sunday, cloudy with rain at times, warmer with a high in the mid to upper-60s. Late Sunday evening, some thunderstorms are likely. Some very possible strong winds will be just a few thousand feet above and the thunderstorms may be able to bring some of them to the ground. Strong straight-line winds will also be possible. The threat for tornadoes is mainly southwest into Kentucky. If storms track a bit farther to the north, there may a need to consider the possibility locally. Rain will taper off Sunday overnight.
Monday, clouds give way to sunshine, but cooler temperatures in the 40s much of the day, possibly dropping into the upper 30s by sunset. Monday will be breezy, but not nearly as windy as Sunday.
Tuesday, mostly sunny and chilly with a high near 40 after starting in the upper 20s.