Heat, Humidity, And Spotty Storms Continue Into The Workweek

Reported by: Mark Stitz
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Updated: 6/01 11:53 pm
Midnight Update: The rain has come to and end for central and southern Kentucky, but some moderate to heavy patches of rain is now falling in far eastern Kentucky and moving northeast. The rest of the region will stay dry into the Monday morning commute.

Temperatures are in the low to mid 70s as of midnight, with Lexington at 76°.

Forecast: Our latest batch of scattered storms is quickly ending this evening and will end early tonight. We'll stay dry into the Monday morning commute with temperatures dropping into the mid 60s.

Nearly everyone will stay dry Monday afternoon, but an isolated storm or two will be possible late in the day. Most of the day will be spent under partly cloudy skies with highs in the mid 80s.

Rain showers could move in for the Tuesday morning commute as we start the day in the mid 60s again. Afternoon highs will stay in the mid 80s with muggy conditions.

Our best chance of rain will be late Wednesday and Thursday as our next weather system moves through. After the widespread storms come to an end, we'll see a break from the humidity along with some slightly cooler air for the end of the week.
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