Higher Heat With Spotty Storms For Monday

Reported by: Mark Stitz
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Updated: 7/20 11:45 pm
Midnight Update: Nearly all the rain has faded away for the night. We'll stay dry into the Monday morning commute, but we are expecting some fog by morning.

Temperatures have fallen into the low 70s in most cities, but as of midnight, Frankfort and Morehead are already in the upper 60s.
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Forecast:
The spotty storms and rain showers we've seen across Kentucky Sunday will continue through the early part of the night. By midnight, most areas will be dry.

We'll stay dry into the Monday morning commute with temperatures dropping into the upper 60s. Some cities will wake up to fog in the morning.

After some sunshine early Monday, more clouds will start to develop in the afternoon, eventually giving way to some hit and miss storms. Not everyone will see rain, but others will see heavy rain from the scattered storms. Areas that stay dry long enough will be warmer with highs in the upper 80s.

Another round of hit and miss storms is expected Tuesday afternoon with highs near 90 degrees.

Our next weather system will move through Wednesday night into Thursday morning, bringing widespread showers and storms.

Behind the system, cooler weather and lower humidity will move in for the end of the workweek.
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