Many Will Enjoy A Dry Sunday, But Not All

Reported by: Mark Stitz
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Updated: 6/21 11:37 pm
Midnight Update: The storms earlier today cooled off southern Kentucky, but temperatures have since become much more even across the eastern half of Kentucky. Most cities are in the mid 70s as of midnight.

A few more clouds have developed across the state. Fog will still be possible by Sunday morning, mainly in southern Kentucky.

All storms have now pushed south of Kentucky and we'll stay dry through Saturday night and Sunday morning. Fog will develop in portions of southern Kentucky as temperatures drop into the mid and upper 60s overnight.

Most of Sunday afternoon will be dry with a mix of sunshine and clouds, but a few spotty storms are expected to kick off early in the afternoon. Areas that stay dry will see highs in the mid to upper 80s, but the high humidity will make it feel more like the low 90s.

Monday will also be mostly dry as temperatures climb back into the low 90s, but again, a few hit and miss storms are expected.

Showers and storms will be much more widespread on Tuesday, holding back temperatures in the mid 80s.
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