Dry weather returns with warmer temperatures ahead

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Overview:  A cold front will move through Kentucky overnight into Tuesday morning, with overnight low temperatures around 65 degrees. Mostly sunny to partly cloudy skies return Tuesday through Friday, with isolated rain showers and thunderstorms possible for late in the week. Temperatures will warm into the mid to upper 80s Wednesday through weekend, with more widely scattered rain showers and thunderstorms expected for the weekend and next Monday.

TONIGHT:  Rain and storms will decrease in coverage, with some patchy fog possible. Temperatures stay mild overnight, with an overnight low temperature of 65 degrees.

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TUESDAY: Partly cloudy skies and a few isolated rain showers and storms will be possible, with a high temperature of 83 degrees.

TUESDAY NIGHT: Mostly clear skies and mild temperatures develop, with a low of 64 degrees.

WEDNESDAY: Mostly sunny skies and warm temperatures develop, with a high of 88 degrees. A stray shower will still be possible.

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

THURSDAY: Mostly sunny skies and warm temperatures continue, with a high of 89 degrees.

THURSDAY NIGHT: Mostly clear skies and mild temperatures develop, with a low of 68 degrees.

FRIDAY:  Mostly sunny to partly cloudy skies develop, with a slight chance for an isolated rain shower. High temperatures will be around 88 degrees.

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

SATURDAY: Partly cloudy skies and a few rain showers are possible, with a high temperature of 87 degrees.

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

SUNDAY: A few rain showers and thunderstorms will be possible for Sunday, with a high temperature of 86 degrees.

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

MONDAY: Scattered rain showers will be possible, with a high temperature of 85 degrees.

-Chief Meteorologist Jason Myers

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