Warmer With Spotty Storms Sunday

Warmer With Spotty Storms Sunday

We'll start to warm back up Sunday afternoon along with some hit and miss storms. The heat will continue to climb early in the workweek.
Midnight Update: A few areas of drizzle and light rain are still moving through the region. While central Kentucky is seeing mainly drizzle, portions of southern and eastern Kentucky are seeing light rain. As we head towards Sunday morning, we will see less and less rain across the area. Fog will still be possible by morning.

Most cities are right at 70 degrees as of midnight, with Lexington at 72.

Pockets of drizzle and light rain will continue to move through Kentucky Saturday night and into Sunday morning. Temperatures will fall into the mid 60s as patchy fog develops to start Sunday.

A few spotty storms will start to mix in with our hit and miss showers Sunday afternoon. Even with mostly cloudy skies, we will be slightly warmer. Highs will be in the low 80s.

The mercury will continue to climb Monday with highs in the upper 80s. Along with the heat and humidity, some hit and miss storms will kick off early in the afternoon. Not everyone will see rain.

Our spotty afternoon storms will continue Tuesday afternoon as temperatures near 90 degrees.
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