Mostly Dry and Warm This Weekend

Mostly Dry and Warm This Weekend

A few spotty showers are possible Saturday afternoon, but most of us will see a warm afernoon with a mix of sunshine and clouds.
The Flash Flood Warnings for portion of Lee, Breathitt, and Wolfe Counties have been canceled as of late Friday night.

Midnight Update: The last couple pockets of rain in southern and eastern Kentucky are quickly coming to an end and all cities should be dry within the hour.

Temperatures have fallen into the mid and upper 60s in most cities, but as of midnight, Lexington is at 71 degrees. 

Have a great weekend!

A few more hit and miss storms could flare up this evening, but nearly everyone will start the night off dry. We will stay dry into our Saturday morning as temperatures fall into the low 60s.

Throughout the day on Saturday, we will see a mix of sunshine and clouds. A few more of these spotty showers and storms will develop in the afternoon, but again, most of us will not see any rain. Highs will be in the low to mid 80s depending on the amount of sunshine each city sees.

While the humidity will remain relatively low over the weekend, it may feel just a bit sticky at times in the hottest part of the day.

The chance for rain is barely worth mentioning on Sunday. Plan for partly cloudy skies with highs in the mid 80s.

We'll see a few less clouds early in the next workweek with highs just a couple degrees higher.
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