Near record highs develop for Mother’s Day Weekend

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Overview:  Temperatures will be on a warming trend through the weekend, with mid to upper 80s. A few locations may even reach 90 degrees this weekend. Overall the weekend is expected to remain dry, with only a slight chance for a stray shower or storm across Northern Kentucky this weekend. Warm and muggy conditions continue into next week, with rain chances increasing as the week goes on.

TONIGHT:  Partly cloudy skies and mild temperatures develop, with a low of 66 degrees.

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SATURDAY: Mostly sunny skies and warm temperatures develop, with a high of 87 degrees.  The record high temperature for Lexington is 90 degrees, set in 1944.

SATURDAY NIGHT:  Mostly clear skies and mild temperatures develop, with a low of 67 degrees.

SUNDAY: Mostly sunny to partly cloudy skies and warm temperatures continue for Mother’s Day, with a high temperature of 88 degrees. The record high temperature on Sunday, May 13th is 89 degrees, set in 1957.

SUNDAY NIGHT:  Partly cloudy skies and mild temperatures stay around, with a low of 68 degrees.

MONDAY: Mostly cloudy skies and a few rain showers develop, with a high of 88 degrees. The record high for Monday the 14th, is 88 degrees, set in 1962.

MONDAY NIGHT: Partly cloudy skies and mild temperatures develop, with a low of 68 degrees.

TUESDAY: Partly cloudy skies and scattered rain showers and thunderstorms will be possible, with a warm high temperature of 87 degrees.

TUESDAY NIGHT: Mostly cloudy skies and isolated rain showers linger, with a mild and muggy low temperature of 67 degrees.

WEDNESDAY: Partly to mostly cloudy skies continue for Wednesday, with scattered rain showers and thunderstorms possible. Our weather will remain in a warm and muggy pattern, with a high temperature of 84 degrees.

WEDNESDAY NIGHT: Mostly cloudy skies and mild temperatures continue, with a low of 65 degrees.

THURSDAY: Partly to mostly cloudy skies develop, with scattered rain showers and thunderstorms possible. High temperatures will be around 82 degrees.

-Chief Meteorologist Jason Myers

 

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