Becoming Warmer, But Still Dry For Most...

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Updated: 6/14/2012 7:42 am
Sunshine will mix with only a few fair-weather clouds this afternoon, and temperatures will climb to near 84°.  Most areas will stay dry tonight, although a spotty sprinkle will be possible in southern Kentucky late.  Central Kentucky should cool down to 61°. Increasingly warm, humid air will build into Kentucky, and from Friday through the middle of next week, highs will be in the middle to upper 80s.  An isolated shower could occur in southern Kentucky on Friday, but isolated thunderstorms will be possible anywhere in the area on Saturday, Sunday and Monday afternoons.  By Tuesday and Wednesday, spotty t-storm chances will be restricted to eastern Kentucky as a ridge of high pressure strengthens across the lower Ohio Valley.
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