More Scattered Afternoon Showers/Storms Expected

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Updated: 6/29/2013 11:48 pm
Midnight Update: Scattered showers and storms continue to push northeast through the region. The rain should come to an end in Kentucky within the next couple of hours, making for a dry start to our Sunday.

Our evening rain showers have cooled many of us down tonight. Lexington is currently sitting at 66° with most of southern Kentucky near 70°.
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We are tracking more scattered showers and storms this evening. Most of the activity is along and north of Interstate 64, but we have a few showers further south as well. The activity will continue through the rest of the evening, but most rain should end by midnight.

Overnight, temperatures will drop into the low 60s with a dry start to Sunday morning.

Another round of scattered showers and storms is expected to develop Sunday afternoon and continue into the evening. When dry, we will see a mix of sun and clouds with afternoon highs near 80°.

Rain chances are looking slightly higher on Monday with temperatures climbing into the low 80s.

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