Heat, Humidity, And Storms Continue Into Workweek

Heat, Humidity, And Storms Continue Into Workweek

More spotty storms are possible Monday as the heat and humidity continue. By Independence Day, the weather is looking much more pleasant!
Midnight Update: Most of the rain has come to an end tonight, but we still have a few rain showers pushing northeast out of southern Kentucky. These should come to an end in the next couple of hours.

Temperatures have fallen into the low 70s, with Lexington at 71 as of midnight. We won't drop much more by Monday morning.

Meteorologist Michael Estime will be in to update you on our steamy weather starting at 5 a.m. on Good Morning Kentucky.

A few more spotty showers and storms will continue tonight before we dry out for the Monday morning commute. Temperatures will start the day near 70 degrees with plenty of clouds.

By Monday afternoon, we'll start to see a a few break in the clouds as temperatures work their way into the upper 80s. The high humidity will make it feel well into the 90s. A few hit and miss storms are expected during the day, but most of the day will be dry.

Only a couple scattered storms are expected Tuesday, with most cities staying dry. This will help temperatures reach 90 degrees with a mix of sunshine and clouds.

Our next system will move through during the middle of the week, bringing in less humid and cooler air. This will remove any chance of rain for Independence Day.
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