LEXINGTON, Ky. (FOX 56) — Expect hazy sunshine across the region on Monday as wildfire smoke has moved in from Canada.

By afternoon and evening, we’ll see some clouds push into the region ahead of a weak boundary. While The Weather Authority can’t rule out a stray shower, most will remain dry. Temperatures won’t be as hot with highs mainly in the low to mid-80s Monday afternoon.

Lower humidity pushes south overnight and that will allow for pleasant temperatures in the 50s.

Hazy conditions continue on Tuesday with a small chance for a shower late in the day. Temperatures will be back in the low to mid-80s for highs.

The Next Big Thing highlights our best chance for rain in more than a week.

Increased clouds and showers will keep temperatures cooler in the 70s on Wednesday.

Behind that front is another push of cooler air and lower humidity. That will set the stage for a few chilly mornings later this week when some areas could see lows in the 40s.

We’re already tracking our next rain chance on Sunday. That could bring a few storms, some could be strong.