Noon Update: Scattered storms are quickly popping up across the region, mainly south of I-64 and east of I-75, but as more storms develop later in the afternoon and tonight, anyone could see rain.
Where dry, temperatures have reached the mid to upper 80s as of noon, but the high humidity is making it feel more like the low 90s.
Chief Meteorologist Jason Myers will have the latest on these storms tonight on ABC 36 News at 5, 6, and 11.
Forecast: We are starting the morning off with a few spotty showers, and later today, we expect to see more scattered thunderstorms across Kentucky. The storms could produce heavy rainfall, frequent lightning, and gusty winds.
For areas that stay dry long enough this afternoon, temperatures will reach the upper 80s with a mix of sunshine and clouds. The high humidity will make it feel like the low 90s in those areas.
The storms will start to die off tonight and we should dry out for Saturday morning as temperatures fall into the upper 60s. More patchy fog will be possible in the morning.
Summer will officially start at 6:15 a.m. on Saturday.
Saturday will be mostly dry but a stray storm or two are expected in the afternoon. Most areas will see some good sunshine in the afternoon with highs in the mid 80s. The muggy air will stay with us.
We stay in the mid 80s on Sunday afternoon with an even slimmer chance at a isolated storm.