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Overview: High pressure gave us another hot and humid summer day across the Bluegrass Region. Expect one more day of the same weather before...
We'll tap into the remnants of Florence by Sunday afternoon and evening.
We'll be back in the 80s today.
It is still going to be hot and humid this afternoon.
Rain chances will begin to increase through the second half of the week.
Rain chances are very low tonight, so don't cancel outdoor plans.
Rain and storm chances increase Wednesday.
A better chance for rain arrives mid-week.
High pressure will continue to give us above normal temperatures for the next several day but a cool front will pass thorough on Wednesday ushering some relief.
The heat and humidity continues with heat index values climbing up near 100.
Temperatures will heat back up into the low 90s this weekend with heat indices near 100. Be sure to stay hydrated.
Hot and humid for your Memorial Day plans.
Some areas have seen sunshine this afternoon with others seeing storms.
Keep umbrellas handy for the second half of your Sunday.
The heat and humidity will stick around for just a few more days. Tuesday’s a cold front will push the heat south allowing a cool Canadian high pressure system to move in for midweek.
It is going to be very warm and humid for the next two day but a cold front late Tuesday will drop Temperatures into the 70s for the remainder of the week.
Heat indexes will be approaching the middle 90 on Sunday as a very summer like air mass is parked over the Midwest.
It has been a hot and humid day and because of that along with a front to our north, strong to severe storms have...
100 miles could be the difference between a complete weekend washout or just seeing scattered showers and thunderstorms. A cold front will be moving into the Ohio Valley and then stall out. If it stall across Central Kentucky then most of us will see a significant amount of rainfall especially on Sunday.
An approaching cold front will increase the risk of shower and thunderstorms over the weekend. If the front slips a little further South then the Ohio River, heavy rainfall will then be possible across Central Kentucky. Temperatures will show little change over the next seven days.
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