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Light rain will continue this morning but will ease by lunchtime. A cold front arrives early this afternoon, with scattered showers or a storm possible along the front. It will be dry and cool through Saturday, with the next storm chance arriving Sunday evening.

Today: The morning will start out cloudy with some rain still falling, but the sun will return by the afternoon. Highs will be near 71 with north winds at 10 to 20 mph thanks to a weak cold front.

Saturday: Mostly sunny and cool with a high around 65 degrees. Winds are expected to blow southeast at a speed of 5 to 10 mph.

Sunday: Light rain is likely in the morning, with weak storms arriving in Green Country in the late afternoon and evening. An isolated severe storm may produce large hail and damaging wind gusts. High temperatures will be around 67 degrees, with windy conditions. Winds will be southeast at 15-25 mph, with gusts around 40 mph.

Light rain will be possible through Sunday morning, with warm air and humidity moving into the Green Country area. The winds will be active, non-thunderstorms, from the southeast. We can see wind gusts around 40-45 mph. Rain and storms will develop ahead of the front in the western half of the state. This is where the greatest threat of severe weather will be. As storms move away from the west and east toward Green Country on Sunday in the late afternoon and evening, they will weaken at a slow pace. We will have a little less moisture and instability in the viewing area at that time, hence the weak trend. However, we may still see an isolated severe threat of wind and hail, as storms move into our western counties. Rain will move from west to east, with some showers and storms remaining in our southeast counties early Monday morning. Rainfall totals look impressive, with widespread swaths ranging from 1″-1.5″.

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