Showers Through the Weekend

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Updated: 12/07/2012 5:55 pm
The clouds will continue this weekend with off and on showers expected. Tonight we'll drop off to around 50 with light southwest winds.

More showers on Saturday will lead to rainfall totals between 0.30"-0.50" for locations that receive rain. Otherwise cloudy and damp with temperatures peaking in the low 60s for southern Kentucky and upper 50s in the Bluegrass.

Then Sunday an approaching cold front will spark thunderstorms in the late evening and overnight. Ahead of the front a few showers and high temperatures in the mid 60s will end the weekend. Then along the front storms will linger into the overnight as they move to the southeast. Behind the cold front Monday falling temperatures and clouds will persist.
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