More Rain Likely Early This Week

Reported by: Mark Stitz
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Updated: 8/12/2013 12:04 am
Midnight Update: All rain showers have moved out of Kentucky and we'll stay dry through your Monday morning commute. With skies beginning to clear in central Kentucky, Lexington should have fairly decent viewing conditions for tonight's meteor shower.

Temperatures remain warm tonight. Most cities have fallen into the mid 70s with Lexington currently at 76°.

The few remaining isolated showers are coming to a quick end this evening. The remaining showers are in eastern Kentucky near the West Virginia border.

We will start Monday dry and warm with temperatures near 70° for the morning commute.

Starting in the afternoon, scattered showers and storms will begin to develop across the region. If we stay dry long enough for some sunshine to warm us up early in the afternoon, temperatures will be able to climb into the mid 80s.

The rain will continue at times Monday night into Tuesday until the storm system leaves pushes south of us.

The second half of the work week will be slightly cooler and more comfortable with plenty of sunshine.
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