More Heavy Rain Possible Monday

More Heavy Rain Possible Monday

After a wet weekend across Kentucky, more scattered showers and storms will move through on Monday. Drier weather returns later in the week.
Noon Update: A large area of showers and storms is moving east through southern Kentucky, with most of the rain staying south of I-64 for now. More scattered storms will develop during the rest of the day. Some of these storms will continue to produce gusty winds, heavy rainfall, and frequent lightning.

Areas that have stayed dry so far, like Lexington are in the mid 70s, but areas that have seen rain are closer to the upper 60s to low 70s.

Chief Meteorologist Jason Myers will update you on the storms tonight on ABC 36 News at 5, 6, and 11.

The hit and miss rain showers will become more widespread late Monday morning and into the early afternoon. Thunderstorms will also be possible later in the day, which could produce heavy rainfall. Due to the large amount of recent rainfall, flash flooding will be possible. When dry, expect mostly cloudy skies with highs in the low 80s.

The scattered storms will become less widespread tonight, but a few more spotty showers are possible overnight. More patchy fog will develop as we cool off into the upper 60s.

A few more spotty showers and storms are expected Tuesday, but we won't see as much rain as the previous few days. Lower humidity will start to build in during the day with a little more sunshine.

We finally dry out Wednesday! Expect more sunshine, low humidity, and highs in the upper 70s.
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