The Ohio Valley and other areas will continue to feel a mild impact from Hurricane Isaac, though it and other weather trends are likely to bring rain for much of the week.
Rihaan Gangat, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service, confirmed a slow-moving wave of rain will continue to work its way from the Mississippi River Valley to the Ohio Valley and on to eastern West Virginia and Kentucky.
The National Weather Service has predicted a 70 percent chance of precipitation for today and Tuesday, with scattered showers and a possible thunderstorm forecast. The temperature is expected to reach the mid 80s today and Tuesday and drop to 69 or 70 degrees today and Tuesday.
The chance of precipitation could drop to 20 percent Wednesday, with a high of 85 degrees and low of 64 degrees anticipated.
But the Ohio Valley could see more rain, courtesy of a front moving in from the northwest, on Thursday and through the weekend, said Gangat.
The latter half of the week also is expected to bring cooler weather, with temperatures dropping to a high near 78 degrees and a low near 57 degrees on Friday and a high near 75 degrees and a low near 54 degrees on Saturday.