Noon Update: The heavier rain from this morning has pushed east out of Kentucky, but a few more scattered storms are developing early this afternoon, mainly in eastern and southern Kentucky for now. Storms will likely become more widespread later in the afternoon, but not everyone will see rain.
Temperatures are in the upper 70s for most cities, but Lexington has already hit 81° as of noon.
Chief Meteorologist Jason Myers will be in to track today's storms on ABC 36 News at 5, 6, and 11.
Forecast: We have some scattered rain showers moving through eastern Kentucky this morning, but that rain making for some wet roads elsewhere along with some dense fog.
A few more spotty showers and storms will be possible this afternoon, but expect more sunshine later in the day. We'll be slightly cooler with highs in the low 80s. (Monday we had low 90s and Tuesday we had mid 80s)
We'll dry out tonight with clearing skies. By morning, we will fall into the mid 60s with some patchy fog possible once again.
The humidity will finally be lower Thursday, but we will start to warm back up. Temperatures will reach the mid 80s with a mix of sunshine and clouds. Another spotty storm or two will be possible, mainly east of Lexington.
The humidity stays with us Friday as we climb back into the upper 80s. Yes, scattered storms will be possible as usual, mainly in the afternoon.
The weekend is looking hot and muggy with temperatures flirting with 90s. Our scattered afternoon storms will be a bit more widespread, meaning we have better chances of rain in your backyard.