A cold front has silently crosses the Lexington metro area, but with warmer afternoon air ahead of the front in southeastern Kentucky, thunderstorms are firing in many of our eastern and southern counties. The storms will be scattered across the hills, mountains and coalfields of the southeast. After a high near 86°, we'll cool down to the lower 60s with only some patchy fog later tonight, primarily in the areas that receive afternoon thunderstorms. Saturday will be beautiful with more sunshine than clouds, low humidity and highs in the middle 80s. Sunday will be hotter with highs near 90°, and a few isolated thunderstorms will be possible late on Sunday and into Monday as another cold front crosses Kentucky. The middle of next week will be unseasonably cool with highs all the way down into the upper 70s on Tuesday, and barely back above 80° on Wednesday. Lows will be in the middle 50s, nearly 10° below average. More typical heat and humidity will return on Thursday with isolated thunderstorms.