Becoming Hot & Humid Monday

Reported by: Mark Stitz
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Updated: 9/08/2013 11:38 pm
Midnight Update: The rain showers to our west have come to and end and we'll stay dry through the rest of the night.

We are seeing some patchy fog begin to develop, which will continue into our Monday morning commute.

Temperatures have dropped into the low 70s, with Lexington currently sitting at 73°. We should still be able to drop into the mid 60s by morning.
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We are tracking a few weakening showers this evening to our west, slowly moving closer to central Kentucky. Most of these will break apart before they arrive, but one or two could hold together long enough to make it into areas well to the west of I-75.

By Monday morning, everyone will be dry with temperatures starting in the day in the mid 60s.

The heat and humidity will continue into our Monday afternoon. Temperatures will be well into the upper 80s, possibly even 90° in Lexington. Skies will be partly cloudy.

On Tuesday, we could reach the low 90s with a few scattered showers and storms in the afternoon and evening.
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