Severe Thunderstorm Warning expires at 7:45 PM on 9/2, issued at 7:00 PM Asher, KY | Bear Branch, KY | Chappell, KY | Essie, KY

Hot And Humid Wednesday With Most Staying Dry

Reported by: Mark Stitz
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Updated: 6/18 2:05 pm
Noon Update: A few isolated storms have developed, mainly in eastern Kentucky, and are moving east. More of these storms will continue to form throughout the afternoon, but many areas will stay dry all day.

As of noon, temperatures are already in the mid 80s with some cities having a heat index around 90.
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Forecast:
Mother Nature is giving us another day of high heat and humidity. Temperatures will climb to 90 degrees this afternoon with a few afternoon clouds. When you factor in the humidity, it will feel like the mid 90s.

A few areas will see some relief from the heat this afternoon thanks to a stray thunderstorm or two, but most cities will stay dry.

Everyone will stay dry overnight as we drop back down into the low 70s for Thursday morning under mostly clear skies.

The scattered thunderstorms will be more widespread Thursday and Friday afternoon with highs just under 90 degrees both days.
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