Near-Perfect Weather Expected Tuesday

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Updated: 6/03/2013 11:57 pm
Midnight Update: We remain dry this evening with light northerly winds. Skies are now mostly clear across the region.

Temperatures have dropped into the low and mid 60s. Lexington is currently at 62°.

Meteorologist Michael Estime will have the latest on our picture-perfect weather Tuesday starting at 5 a.m. on Good Morning Kentucky.
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Cooler and drier air has moved into the region today, allowing for a very comfortable afternoon! The rain has all dissipated or moved out of eastern Kentucky. Everyone will stay dry overnight as temperatures drop into the low and mid 50s for Tuesday morning. It might be a good night to open the windows if you haven't done so recently.

Tuesday will be slightly warmer, but we will see a lot more sunshine through the day with continuing lower humidity. Afternoon highs will reach the upper 70s.

More moisture will build back in for Wednesday, allowing for more cloud cover and a slight chance of a few afternoon showers or a storm. Temperatures will warm into the mid 80s.
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