Near-Record Warm Stretch Comes To A Close

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Updated: 3/22/2012 2:22 pm
Temperatures will continue to soar today, peaking near 81 degrees, just shy of Lexington's record high of 82°(from 1907).  Isolated thunderstorms will develop in some areas late this afternoon, and more widespread showers and thunderstorms will arrive late tonight and continue on Friday.  A few of Friday's thunderstorms could potentially produce some hail.  Friday will be about ten degrees cooler.  Occasional showers and slightly more seasonable weather will occur through the weekend as an upper-level low pressure system slowly crosses Kentucky.  By Monday morning, the final few showers will be exiting eastern Kentucky, and the Bluegrass Region should return to dry weather.  A warming trend will occur next week with mostly sunny skies and highs back into the lower 70s on Tuesday.  Scattered thunderstorms will return with a front on Wednesday.
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