More Heat And Humidity For Monday

Reported by: Mark Stitz
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Updated: 7/14/2013 11:41 pm
Midnight Update: The scattered rain showers and storms have moved northwest out of the area and we will spend the rest of the night and into our Monday morning commute. Skies will be mostly clear.

Temperatures are slowly dropping. Lexington is at 79° with most surrounding cities just slightly cooler.
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Most of the isolated showers have come to an end for the evening, but a quick shower can't be ruled out early tonight. As a result of the increasing moisture in the atmosphere, temperatures will only drop to near 70° by Monday morning.

The heat and humidity will continue to climb as we head into our Monday afternoon. It looks like everyone will stay dry with mostly sunny skies. Temperatures will top out in the low 90s.

We will start Tuesday dry with temperatures climbing into the low 90s again during the afternoon. Expect mostly sunny conditions to continue, but one or two isolated showers or storms could pop up in the afternoon.

Our hot and humid conditions will continue through the rest of the work week.
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