Great Weather To Follow Tonight's Scattered Storms

Reported by: Mark Stitz
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Updated: 9/02/2013 11:48 pm
Midnight Update: The broken line of showers and storms has nearly reached the Tennessee and Virginia borders and continues to push further southeast. In the next 2 hours, all areas should completely dry out. Skies are quickly clearing in central Kentucky.

Temperatures have fallen into the upper 60s to mid 70s with Lexington at 74°.

A cold front pushing through Kentucky is kicking off a number of scattered showers and storms this evening. The main threat with these storms will be heavy rain, dangerous lightning, and gusty winds. The slow-moving storms with heavy rain could create some flash flooding.

By early Tuesday morning, we will dry out and skies will continue to clear out. Temperatures will drop into the low 60s by the Tuesday morning commute.

Mostly sunny skies will dominate Tuesday afternoon. Thanks to our cold front, temperatures will only climb into the upper 70s with lower humidity.

We will remain comfortable Wednesday with highs near 80° and continuing mostly sunny conditions.
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