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Sunny, dry and hot temperatures look to continue for Sunday, with high temperatures in the low 90s. Scattered rain showers and a few storms will be possible for Sunday but mainly in southern portions of Kentucky with a stationary front kicking up some late day storms.
Hot and muggy conditions continue this week, with high temperatures in the upper 80s to lower 90s. Rain chances increase Thursday with a few rain showers a cold front moving through the region.
Scattered rain showers and thunderstorms will continue into Sunday, with warm and very muggy conditions.
High pressure remains in control of the forecast with hot, humid and hazy weather expect for your Friday. Some patchy morning fog could affect your morning drive as temperatures are near the dew points in many locations.
High pressure remains in control of the forecast with mostly clear skies tonight and mostly sunny skies for your Tuesday. Some patchy dense fog will be possible overnight mainly in the valleys.
Partly cloudy skies develop through week, with isolated to scattered rain showers and thunderstorms each afternoon and evening. Temperatures will warm into the upper 80s to near 90 degrees this week, with more widely scattered rain showers and thunderstorms expected.
Mostly sunny to partly cloudy skies develop through the weekend and next week, with isolated rain showers and thunderstorms each afternoon and evening. Temperatures will warm into the upper 80s to near 90 degrees through next week, with more widely scattered rain showers and thunderstorms expected by late next week.
More scattered rain and storms are possible throughout the weekend and into Monday. Sunday will feature a mix of sun and clouds mostly with highs topping out in the mid 80s with muggy conditions sticking around.
The sunshine didn’t last long, cloud cover moved in overnight and a cold front moves will move through the Bluegrass Wednesday afternoon. The frontal boundary will bring increasing chances of showers and thunderstorms and a return of muggy conditions.
A cold front moves through the Bluegrass giving us one final chance of spot showers but more importantly clearing out our skies tonight.
A stationary front coupled with gulf moisture has equaled the perfect mixture for slow moving rain showers across the Bluegrass. This combination will continue tonight with a few thunderstorms possible.
A stationary front coupled with gulf moisture has equaled the perfect mixture for slow moving rain showers across the Bluegrass.
The cold front that brought severe weather to portions of Kentucky Wednesday has begun to stall out across the Bluegrass, the frontal boundary has ample amounts of moisture therefore any storms that develop will be slow moving and could drop a lot of rain causing localized flash flooding concerns.
A cold front will drop south from Indiana and Ohio bringing chances of severe weather tonight, the main threat will be hail and wind; however, an isolated tornado can’t be ruled out.
High pressure has moved east and increasing clouds should be expected tonight with rain showers beginning overnight into the early hours of the morning Wednesday. Showers and tomorrows should be quick moving and will allow the atmosphere to de-stabilize for possible severe weather Wednesday afternoon.
High pressure is in control across the Bluegrass with plenty of sunshine for Tuesday. Beyond that expect very rainy conditions, very slow moving low pressure center out of the Gulf of Mexico will initially feed a warm front then bring more rain itself.
A cold front will move across Kentucky on Sunday, which will give us the chance for scattered rain showers and thunderstorms, with Sunday afternoon highs in the upper 70s.
A stationary front just to the north of Kentucky in association with the warm moist air that has filtered into the Bluegrass as triggered a showers and thunderstorms Sunday afternoon.
Hot and dry conditions were very much in effect for your Saturday. As we look into Sunday a frontal boundary will approach and kick up a bit of moisture before pushing through.
Warm temperatures and isolated to scattered storms will continue for the Saturday night. Sunday will feature slightly cooler temperatures with highs in the low 80s and windy conditions with gusts up to 35 MPH or high at times.