A Cool June Day, Stray T-Storm East...

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Updated: 6/06/2012 7:30 am
Temperatures will remain a bit below average again today with highs around 75 degrees.  Central Kentucky will remain dry, but isolated thunderstorms will occur in far eastern Kentucky, late this afternoon and into the early evening.  A few hours after sunset, any isolated mountain thunderstorms will fade away, and patchy fog will form in some valleys late at night.  Lows will fall into the lower 50s once again.  After an unseasonably cool start to June, a warming trend will occur through the weekend, eventually taking us back into the middle 80s.  Thursday and Friday will be dry and bright with high pressure in control.  Isolated thunderstorms could form near the Tennessee State Line as early as Saturday afternoon, but they won't return to central Kentucky until Sunday at the earliest.  Storm chances will increase on Monday and Tuesday as a cold front crosses the Ohio Valley.
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