Storms Become More Widespread Thursday

Storms Become More Widespread Thursday

Our hit and miss storms will start to become more widespread throughout the day on Thursday, increasing rain chances for all of Kentucky. Some areas will still manage to stay dry all day.
Noon Update: A number of scattered storms have fired off and are drifting southeast. Some of these storms will be capable of producing gusty winds, heavy rainfall, and frequent lightning.

Areas that have seen storms roll through have temporarily cooled off into the mid 70s, but areas that are still dry have reached the mid and upper 80s. The humidity is making it feel like the low to mid 90s in many of those cities.

Chief Meteorologist Jason Myers will be in with an update on your weekend forecast tonight on ABC 36 News at 5, 6, and 11.

After some areas along and north of I-64 woke up to rain this morning, more scattered storms are expected during the afternoon. These storms will be more widespread than earlier in the week, but not everyone will see rain in their backyard. When dry, expect a mix of sunshine and clouds.

After reaching 90 degrees the first three days of the workweek, it looks like we will only reach the upper 80s this afternoon, but the high humidity could make it feel like the low 90s at times.

We will temporarily dry out Friday morning before another round of hit and miss storms Friday afternoon. Highs will still reach the mid to upper 80s.

Chances for showers and storms will continue into the weekend with the heat and humidity also sticking around.
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