Increasingly Warm & Humid, Spotty T-Storms, South

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Updated: 6/15/2012 7:31 am
Heat and humidity will continue to build across the Commonwealth throughout the seven-day forecast. Highs will be near 86 today, in the upper 80s from Saturday through Tuesday, and into the lower 90s on Wednesday and Thursday of next week as summer officially begins.  A spotty late-day t-storm will be possible in southern Kentucky this afternoon, with isolated thunderstorms returning to central Kentucky as early as Saturday afternoon.  Most places will be dry on any given day, but some stray thunderstorms will develop and provide temporary relief for some areas on a daily basis.
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