Cooler And Calmer Weather Arrives Monday

Cooler And Calmer Weather Arrives Monday

The severe weather threat is over now that a cold front is pushing out of Kentucky. Cooler and less humid weather is in store for early in the workweek.
The Tornado Watch has been canceled across all of Kentucky with the last couple of storms pushing out of eastern Kentucky as of 1 a.m. Monday.

A cold front will continue to push through Kentucky overnight, bringing in some cooler and less humid air in for Monday.

We'll start the day off dry with some sunshine for the Monday morning commute with temperatures in the mid 60s.

A few more clouds will develop for the afternoon with a possibility of a few spotty showers and non-severe storms. Most areas will stay dry with highs only reaching the mid 70s.

Tuesday morning will be chilly as we start the day in the mid 50s. Light jackets could be needed for some people that don't handle the cooler weather well in July.

A few more spotty showers are possible Tuesday, mainly in eastern Kentucky. Skies will stay partly cloudy with highs in the mid 70s again.

By the middle of the workweek, afternoon highs will start to flirt with 80 degrees again, still a bit below average for this time of year.


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