Not as hot for Wednesday and Thursday

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Overview:  A cold front will move through Kentucky tonight, bringing less humid conditions for midweek, with temperatures in the mid 80s. Friday will heat up again, with mostly sunny skies and high temperatures back in the lower 90s. The weekend looks to stay hot, with the chance for scattered thunderstorms, with high temperatures around 90 degrees.

TONIGHT:  Partly cloudy skies continue, with a low of 70 degrees. A few rain showers and thunderstorms will be possible.

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WEDNESDAY: Partly cloudy skies and warm temperatures stay around, with less humid conditions. High temperatures will be seasonably warm, with a high of 86 degrees.  A few rain showers and thunderstorms will be possible, mainly for areas south of I-64.

WEDNESDAY NIGHT:  Mostly clear skies and mild temperatures develop, with an overnight low temperature of 64 degrees.

THURSDAY: Mostly sunny skies and warm temperatures develop, with a high of 87 degrees.

THURSDAY NIGHT: Partly cloudy skies and mild temperatures continue, with an overnight low of 66 degrees.

FRIDAY:  Mostly sunny skies and hotter temperatures develop, with a high temperature around 90 degrees.

FRIDAY NIGHT: Partly cloudy skies and mild temperatures develop, with a low of 69 degrees.

SATURDAY: Hot temperatures develop, with the chance for a few rain showers and thunderstorms, and high temperatures around 92 degrees.

SATURDAY NIGHT:  Partly cloudy skies and mild temperatures develop, with a low of 72 degrees.

SUNDAY: Partly cloudy skies and scattered rain showers and storms develop, with a high of 90 degrees.

SUNDAY NIGHT: Partly cloudy skies and mild temperatures continue, with a low of 71 degrees.

MONDAY: Mostly cloudy skies and scattered rain showers and thunderstorms develop, with a high of 88 degrees.

MONDAY NIGHT: Mostly cloudy skies and few rain showers linger, with a low of 72 degrees.

TUESDAY: Mostly cloudy skies and scattered rain showers and thunderstorms continue, with a high of 87 degrees.

-Chief Meteorologist Jason Myers

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