Chance Of Rain On Father's Day

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Updated: 6/15/2013 11:40 pm
Midnight Update: We have dropped into the low 70s tonight in many places with Danville, Irvine, and Monticello all falling into the upper 60s.

We will stay dry overnight, but we are seeing more clouds now building into western Kentucky which will cover a majority of Kentucky by morning.
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We will see a few clouds build in this evening, but we will stay dry overnight into Sunday morning. Temperatures will start Father's Day in the mid 60s with increasing clouds.

For your Father's Day afternoon, we will see mostly cloudy skies with dry conditions most of the day, but a few scattered showers and storms are expected starting in the middle to late afternoon. Temperatures will be a degree or two cooler, topping out in the low 80s.

Rain chances will continue to increase with more showers and storms expected Monday. Temperatures will stay in the low 80s for the start of the work week.
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