National Weather Service United States Department of Commerce

Numerous rain showers will move across the area this evening, before slowly tapering off and ending overnight. Patchy frost is possible in the valleys along and north of I64 early Tuesday morning, provided enough clearing occurs. Patchy valley frost will be possible in the same area Wednesday morning. With temperatures turning a bit colder Wednesday and Thursday nights, valleys all across eastern Kentucky will have a chance of frost Thursday and Friday mornings. The next chance of rain will arrive on Friday.
Cold conditions are in store for Wednesday night and could produce our first frost of the season for many areas. Temperatures will fall into the lower to middle 30s. Damage to sensitive plants is possible. Take action to protect or harvest any sensitive vegetable plants.