(EXTRACTED FROM FXUS61 KILN 160759) At 05Z, VFR conditions across the TAF sites except for ILN where some shallow MVFR visibilities had developed thanks to evening storms and a brief period of clearing. Think most sites will be susceptible to a brief period of MVFR visibility through sunrise if some clearing can develop and persist for an hour or two, but looking at latest GOES imagery shows most of the pockets of clearing are quite small, so expect mostly cloudy skies /mid clouds/ to persist through sunrise. After sunrise, there may be a few showers that develop toward CVG/LUK/DAY on an arc of weak moisture transport but don't expect much in the way of restrictions. Think sct/broken VFR clouds will persist across the sites through the day, and bulk of the day will be dry. Past 19Z or 20Z, expect scattered showers and a few storms to develop in random/scattered nature over the entire area as remnants of TD Barry approach as an opening shortwave trough, but a more focused/concentrated area of activity to the west over Indiana. This will move/develop toward KDAY/KCVG/KLUK by early to mid evening. Could be some brief MVFR or even IFR restrictions in torrential rainfall rates with this activity, but don't have confidence in coverage/location to indicate anything more than prevailing showers /VFR/ right now. This axis of moisture/forcing will cross the TAF sites tonight but again - don't have a good feeling for coverage and don't think this will be a widespread/long event at any given TAF site - instead being bands of progressive showers and a few storms with very heavy rainfall rates for brief periods of time. Expect TAFs to be refined in later issuances in terms of timing of heaviest showers which may bring MVFR/IFR restrictions especially in the evening to early overnight. Late in the night could see a ceilings lower to MVFR categories as low level moisture peaks with the passage of the trough. OUTLOOK...MVFR/IFR ceilings possible Wednesday. Thunderstorms possible Wednesday.