High pressure drifted southeast of the Ohio Valley, bringing plenty of sunshine, and a return flow from the south resulting in warmer, more humid conditions. Highs topped out in the upper 80s. More cloudiness over the next several days will hold temperatures in the mid-to-upper 80s, with spotty storm coverage.
A series of disturbances will move through a westerly flow and interact with increasing moisture and a cold front to trigger a few bands of showers and thunderstorms the next several days.
The boundary will eventually stall over the southern part of the region, so pop-up storms will be around much of the week.
The weather will remain unsettled into next weekend, with impulses rippling east with pockets of showers and storms. Temperatures will be seasonally warm, with highs in the mid-80s, but the night will be on the muggy side.
Tonight: Mainly clear. Low 68
Monday: Partly sunny, warm, few storms p.m. High 89 (68)
Tuesday: Mix clouds and sun, scattered showers, storms. High 86 (71)
Wednesday: More clouds, showers, storms. High 86 (70)
Thursday: Mostly cloudy, pop-ups. High 85 (68)
Friday: Partly sunny, stray showers. High 86 (67)
Saturday: Partly sunny, showers, storms. High 86 (68)