Chilly Start To The Weekend, Yet Warming Trend Ahead

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Updated: 5/17 1:21 am
WEEKEND: Temperatures remain below normal for the weekend, with 60s continuing. After a cold morning, Saturday afternoon will be mostly cloudy, with a few rain showers possible for southern Kentucky, and a high of 62 degrees. Cloud will ...decrease Saturday night, with an overnight low temperature of 41 degrees. More sunshine returns for Sunday, with partly sunny skies and a high of 67 degrees.

NEXT WEEK: Drier conditions return for early next week, with mostly sunny skies and warmer temperatures. Monday will feature mostly sunny skies with a comfortable high temperature of 72 degrees. Temperatures will be around 78 degrees for Tuesday, with highs back around 80 degrees for Wednesday and Thursday.

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