Isolated Storms Continue This Week

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Updated: 6/23/2013 11:48 pm
Midnight Update: All rain has come to an end or moved out of the area. We will stay dry through the rest of the night and into our Monday morning commute. Areas that saw rain Sunday night could see some patchy fog by morning.

After reaching 88° in Lexington Sunday afternoon, temperatures have now fallen into the mid 70s. By morning, we will be back into the upper 60s.

Meteorologist Michael Estime will update you on our warm and muggy week ahead starting at 5 a.m. on Good Morning Kentucky.
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Isolated showers and storms continue to track northeast through the region. The main threats this evening will be heavy rain and lightning. Most of the rain will end by midnight. Temperatures will fall into the upper 60s by Monday morning.

After a dry morning commute on Monday, we will see a few more isolated showers and storms develop in the afternoon. Otherwise, we will see a mix of sun and clouds with temperatures climbing back into the upper 80s.

The pattern continues Tuesday with a dry start to the day and scattered afternoon showers and storms. Temperatures could hit 90° by the end of the afternoon.
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