Warm Stretch Ends as Rain Returns

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Updated: 3/22/2012 5:45 pm
A few stray showers and storms will remain possible this evening, but the main band of overnight showers and storms will not arrive until after 1am-2am in the Bluegrass. Overnight scattered storms will continue into Friday. The rain will become widespread Friday afternoon with embedded thunderstorms. Some storms may contain large hail. The threat for severe weather is low, but it does exist with the chance for some hail to be greater than 1" in diameter. The rain will be moving from west to east across the state on Friday. Rainfall totals will likely be around 0.75". High temperatures will be held around 70 degrees.
Mostly cloudy skies will continue into Saturday with scattered showers expected to start the weekend. The clouds and showers will keep temperatures in the upper 60s. It will not be a wash-out to start the weekend, but showers will persist. Rainfall totals Saturday are expected around 0.25".
Most locations will remain dry Sunday excluding a few scattered afternoon storms that may pop, especially in eastern Kentucky. We'll peak in the mid 60s on Sunday.
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