Hot & Humid Sunday, With Storms To Follow

Reported by: Mark Stitz
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Updated: 7/13 12:05 am
Midnight Update: The skies have cleared some, giving a much better view of the Supermoon at times. Don't worry if you miss it, we will have two more this summer.

We've cooled off a bit with most cities in the low to mid 70s. As of midnight, Lexington is at 79° and Somerset is at 70°.

The Supermoon will be out again tonight. This is when the moon is slightly closer to Earth, making it appear slightly larger and brighter. Unfortunately, we are looking at mostly cloudy skies Saturday night which could block your view of the moon. By morning temperatures will fall to near 70 degrees.

Sunday afternoon will bring a mix of sunshine and clouds. Highs will be in the low 90s along with higher humidity. A spotty storm or two will be possible across Kentucky, but most cities will stay dry.

Storms will start to push into northern Kentucky Sunday night, some of which could be strong to severe. These same storms will continue to track south on Monday through the rest of Kentucky. The possibility for strong to severe storms will continue.

The increased clouds and rain will hold highs back into the low 80s Monday afternoon.

A few leftover showers and storms will be possible Tuesday morning as cooler air works in. We'll start the day in the mid 50s and only climb into the upper 70s.

The cooler weather will continue through the middle part of the workweek.
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