WSIL -- For some, it has been a very wet night, for others, especially along and south of Route 13 in southern Illinois, little to no rain has fallen.
A cold front moving in from the north will gradually shift scattered showers and storms to the southeast this morning. By the afternoon, the front will be south of southern Illinois, likely ending the rain north of the Ohio River. Cooler, less humid air will also begin pumping in from the north by the afternoon.
As the front sets up across western Kentucky and the Missouri Bootheel, a few more storms are likely to redevelop during the heat of the afternoon. The best chances for rain will occur from Union City, Tennessee to Murray, Kentucky and areas to the south.
Thursday is likely to be a dry day, but humidity will begin to shift back north into the region, with temperatures returning in the low to mid 80s.
By Friday, a few showers will be possible across western Kentucky as the remnants of Hurricane Nicholas slings moisture north.