Rain Chances Each Day This Week

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Updated: 8/06/2013 11:37 pm
Midnight Update:  We will continue to have the chance for scattered rain showers this week.  This evening, we've had some isolated rain and thunderstorm activity across Southern Kentucky, and that is where fog may become dense overnight.  Visibilities have been dropping around the Lake Cumberland area already.  Overnight low temperatures will remain warm, with temperatures falling to around 70 degrees by daybreak Wednesday.  Wednesday will remain warm and muggy, with a high of 84 degrees. 
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We will continue to have warm and humid conditions this week, with the chance for rain showers each day.

Tonight: Mostly cloudy skies will continue tonight, with the chance for a few rain showers. The best chance for rain overnight looks to be across the Lake Cumberland region. Overnight low temperatures will be warm, with a low of 70 degrees.

Wednesday: Wednesday will feature widespread scattered rain showers throughout the day. Temperatures will remain warm, with an afternoon high of 84 degrees.

Thursday and Friday: The chance for scattered rain showers will continue for Thursday and Friday, with high temperatures remaining in the low to mid 80s.

This Weekend: Another cold front looks to move into Kentucky on Saturday, and potentially stall over the region, giving us lingering rain chances throughout the weekend. High temperatures will be around 85 degrees for Saturday and 83 degrees for Sunday.
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