Hot weekend temperatures, yet pleasant next week

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Overview:  An Excessive Heat Warning is in effect through Sunday, with high temperatures in the lower 90s, and heat index values 100° or higher. A few rain showers and thunderstorms will be possible each afternoon, with rain chances increasing for Sunday and Monday as a cold front approaches and moves through Kentucky. The cold front will bring some relief from the heat, with high temperatures around 80 degrees for Tuesday and Wednesday. Mostly sunny skies and pleasant weather continues for Thursday and Friday, with highs in the low to mid 80s.

TONIGHT:  Partly cloudy skies and warm and muggy conditions develop, with a low of 75 degrees.

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SATURDAY: Partly cloudy skies and a few rain showers and thunderstorms will be possible, with a hot and muggy high temperature of 93 degrees.

SATURDAY NIGHT: Partly cloudy skies and muggy conditions continue, with a low temperature of 74 degrees.

SUNDAY: Partly to mostly cloudy skies and scattered rain showers and thunderstorms will be possible, with a high temperature of 91 degrees.

SUNDAY NIGHT: Partly cloudy skies and mild and muggy conditions continue, with a low of 73 degrees.

MONDAY: Scattered rain showers and thunderstorms continue, with a high temperature of 83 degrees.

MONDAY NIGHT: Partly cloudy skies and milder temperatures develop, with a low of 63 degrees.

TUESDAY: Drier weather develops, with mostly sunny to partly cloudy skies, and a high temperature of 80 degrees.

TUESDAY NIGHT: Milder temperature and mostly clear skies develop, with a high of 59 degrees.

WEDNESDAY: Mostly sunny skies and pleasant temperatures develop, with  a high of 81.

WEDNESDAY NIGHT: Pleasant weather continues, with an overnight low of 60 degrees.

THURSDAY: Mostly sunny skies and warm, yet pleasant weather develops, with a high of 83 degrees.

THURSDAY NIGHT: Mostly clear skies and mild temperatures continue, with a low of 62 degrees.

FRIDAY: Mostly sunny skies and warm temperatures develop, with a high of 85 degrees.

-Chief Meteorologist Jason Myers

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