A Brief Relief

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Updated: 8/28/2013 11:31 pm
As a weak cold front passes across Kentucky to the south west, a few evening/overnight showers and storms will hang around. This activity is for northern, central, and eastern counties. Your Thursday morning has temps dropping to 71 degrees with partly cloudy skies and fog developing in most areas, but especially areas that received any rainfall last night.  Temperatures will warm up to 87 by your Tuesday afternoon, but will still feel like the 90s according the heat index.  We will be partly sunny with a 10% chance of any rain late in the day.  The Bluegrass will remain dry for most of Thursday and Friday with better chances of rain returning for the holiday weekend.  The holiday weekend will remain on the warm side; still teetering 90 degrees with humidity returning. Temperatures finally return to the 80s or near average on Labor Day with rain chances diminishing by Tuesday.
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