An Isolated Storm Possible Sunday

Reported by: Mark Stitz
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Updated: 9/08/2013 12:03 am
We are dry Saturday evening with a few spotty showers moving south across the Ohio River into Kentucky. The showers are breaking apart and will likely not reach us overnight into Sunday morning.

As of midnight, temperatures are in the low 70s and upper 60s with Lexington at 71°. By Sunday morning, we will fall into the mid 60s with mostly clear skies.

While most areas will stay completely dry Sunday, a few isolated storms may develop and affect a few cities in the afternoon and early evening. The rest of us will see a mix of sun and clouds with afternoon highs in the mid 80s. Our humidity will be just slightly higher, but not oppressive.
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