After Hottest Day Since 1936, Storms Then Cooler

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Updated: 7/08/2012 1:43 am
A Heat Advisory is in effect for Sunday afternoon and early evening.

Though it won't be as scorching as Saturday, Sunday will be another hot day with highs near 96°, higher humidity, and a much greater chance of scattered, strong or severe thunderstorms in the afternoon and evening as a cold front approaches.  Scattered thunderstorms will remain possible overnight and into Monday, generally pushing south as we move later and later into Monday.  Temperatures will dramatically drop, peaking only in the middle 80s through most of next week, starting Monday.  Tuesday through Saturday will feature isolated to scattered thunderstorms, but most of the storms will occur in southern and southeastern Kentucky, offering limited drought relief farther north.
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