A Hot Afternoon, Isolated Thunderstorms

A Hot Afternoon, Isolated Thunderstorms

Temperatures will continue to hover in the lower 90s as isolated t-storms develop. MOST of the thunderstorms will be east of I-75.
Temperatures will continue to hover in the lower 90s.  Isolated thunderstorms are developing, although most of them will occur in eastern and southern Kentucky, leaving much of central Kentucky dry.  Tonight, lows will dip down to 68 with spotty, hit-or-miss showers and thunderstorms still possible after midnight as a cold front approaches.  The front will produce scattered thunderstorms on Friday, and temperatures will be less hot, with highs near 86°.  Saturday will be very pleasant and dry with low humidity and highs in the middle 80s.  Most of Sunday will remain dry, but a thunderstorm or two will be possible on Sunday evening and into Monday as a second cold front crosses Kentucky.  The middle of next week will be unseasonably cool with highs in the upper 70s.
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