Warm and Windy for Wednesday

Warm and Windy for Wednesday

Temperatures will be above normal for Wednesday, and much of the extended forecast, with rain chances returning by Thursday.
Midnight Update:  Temperatures are remaing mild as winds are staying steady out of the south this evening.  Overnight low temperatures will be rather mild, with morning low temperatures around 60 degrees.  Winds will be lighter overnight, yet winds will increase by Wednesday afternoon, with wind gusts up to 30 mph.  Wednesday afternoon high temperatures top out around 83 degrees.
We will continue to have warm temperatures through the extended forecast for Kentucky, with windy conditions staying around for Wednesday.

Tonight: We will be mild and breezy overnight with low temperatures around 60 degrees. Winds will remain out of the southwest around 10 to 15 mph. Skies will generally be mostly clear.

Wednesday: We will continue to have warm conditions on Wednesday with high temperatures around 83 degrees, with southwest wind gusts up to 30 mph. Skies will be mostly sunny.

Wednesday Night: Skies will be partly cloudy with overnight low temperatures around 61 degrees.

Thursday: A cold front will stall to our north on Thursday, providing the chance for some scattered late day rain showers and thunderstorms. The best chance for any rain or thunderstorms looks to be along and north of I-64. Thursday will remain warm, with high temperatures around 78 degrees.

Friday: Partly cloudy skies will be around for Friday, with the chance for late day rain showers and thunderstorms. Afternoon high temperatures will be around 80 degrees.

Weekend: Temperatures will remain warm through the weekend with highs around 80 degrees, under partly sunny skies. There will be the chance for some stronger storms late Saturday, as a weather disturbance moves through the region.

Next Week: Temperatures will be in the lower 80s for the start of next week, with lingering late day rain chances.

I hope you're Tuesday is going well. Wow, it's HOT in the Upper Midwest...places like Omaha, NE hit 100� and... http://t.co/mAokr9tIYL
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