Heavy Thunderstorms Cross Southeastern KY

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Updated: 4/26/2012 8:03 am
Scattered showers and thunderstorms will continue to slide east across the area today, with the bulk of the action limited to the first half of the day, mainly east of I-75.  A wavering front will slowly drift south before stalling in Tennessee this evening and tonight.  Skies will become brighter, with a transition to partly sunny skies across the Bluegrass Region this afternoon as highs peak near 72°.  Tonight will be much cooler, with lows near 44° and partly cloudy skies.  Only an isolated shower or sprinkle will linger early tonight over the mountains of far southeastern Kentucky.  Friday will be cooler with highs win the lower 60s, and after a dry start, scattered thunderstorms will return late in the day as the same front drifts north back across Kentucky.  This front will remain nearly stationary, occasionally wavering south and north across Kentucky through the weekend and into early next week, so each day will feature at least the chance for isolated to scattered showers and thunderstorms.  Temperatures will be seasonable through most of the 7-Day Forecast, with highs generally in the 60 and 70s.
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