More Rain Expected Sunday

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Updated: 4/28/2013 1:16 am
Midnight Update: Heavier rain is moving in from our west and is now pushing into central and southern Kentucky. We even have some thunderstorms in southern Kentucky near Somerset and south of London. It looks like the thunderstorm activity will stay along and south of Interstate 64 through the rest of the night. Some flooding could be possible overnight, again, mainly south of Interstate 64 as widespread moderate to heavy rain continues to push generally east.

Temperatures have barely changed over the last few hours and won't drop too much the rest of the night. Most areas are now in the mid 50s with Lexington sitting at 56°.
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Another round of scattered rain showers is expected tonight into Sunday morning. Temperatures will remain fairly mild overnight with morning lows expected to be in the low 50s.

During the day Sunday, more hit and miss rain showers will be possible. An isolated thunderstorm is not out of the question, but should stay below severe levels. Southerly winds around 10mph will help temperatures climb into the mid 60s by late afternoon.

After a wet weekend, rain showers will finally begin to taper off Monday morning. Some late day sun is possible with highs near 70°.
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