AM rain showers will taper to a few afternoon scattered showers and thunderstorms. Flash flooding may be a concern along the I-71 corridor where more than another one inch of rain has fallen on already saturated ground. Some sun will break out by afternoon this could cause a few storms to pop and they could be strong with more flash flooding possible. However these storms look to be isolated in nature and only about half of the region will see more storms this afternoon as last nights activity has cause the atmosphere to stabilize. Tonight and tomorrow become drier and less humid as the front clears the region settling to our South. Tomorrow sunshine returns with highs in the lower to middle 80s. By Thursday temperatures return to the warm side with highs in the upper 80s to near 90 and humidity begins to creep back up as well as the today's front returns as a warm front. Chances for storms return Friday into Saturday with the potential for more heavy rainfall. A few storms may be severe as well. Saturday night and Sunday will be much cooler and less humid as a fall like High pressure settles in. Highs will be in the 70s and lows in the 50s by early next week.