Bluegrass Dries Out, Shower / Storm Lingers, East

Bluegrass Dries Out, Shower / Storm Lingers, East

Drier air is filtering into central Kentucky, but isolated showers and storms linger in eastern parts of the Commonwealth.
Some very slow, gradual clearing has started to occur in central and northwestern parts of the Bluegrass Region, helping to boost temperatures to near 70 degrees this afternoon.  Meanwhile, leftover showers and isolated thunderstorms will be possible in eastern and southeastern Kentucky.  Skies will become partly cloudy tonight as lows drop to 54 degrees.  Tuesday will be warmer and brighter with partly sunny skies and only an isolated shower in southeastern Kentucky.  A moisture-starved cold front will arrive from the north on Wednesday, but it won't have much moisture to work with so only some isolated showers and thunderstorms are anticipated.  High pressure will provide lots of sunshine and only a few clouds on Thursday and Friday as a warming trend develops, taking us to near 80 by Friday afternoon.  The weekend will be Junelike with isolated late-day storms in the warm, humid air.
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