Rain Chances Are Back Friday

Reported by: Mark Stitz
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Updated: 7/18 2:00 pm
Noon Update: Our hit and miss rain showers have expanded further north, all the way to the Ohio River now. While most of the rain is light, there are some heavier pockets of rain.

The clouds and rain have held temperatures back into the mid and upper 60s so far today. Only Lexington and Frankfort have made it to 70 degrees as of noon.

Chief Meteorologist Jason Myers will have the latest on our weekend rain chances tonight on ABC 36 News at 5, 6, and 11.

Forecast: Spotty rain showers started to push into southern Kentucky this morning. Those rain showers, and possibly a storm or two, will continue to push north through the day Friday.

Most of the day will be dry with mostly cloudy skies, holding temperatures back into the mid and upper 70s.

Some of our spotty rain showers will continue tonight as we drop into the low and mid 60s for Saturday morning.

Rain showers and storms will continue to be possible Saturday with highs in the upper 70s. When dry, expect mostly cloudy skies with higher humidity.

Rain chances will start to taper off Sunday with temperatures climbing back into the 80s.

Temperatures will continue to climb early next week with the return of our spotty afternoon storms. Highs could eventually reach 90 degrees again.
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