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It'll be another hot day with highs in the lower 90s. Isolated thunderstorms will develop in the afternoon, but many areas will stay dry.
Temperatures will peak in the lower 90s today and near 90 again tomorrow. The Summer Solstice will occur at 7:09 PM.
Summer will begin at 7:09 this evening. We'll climb to near 91° today, and 90° again tomorrow before a cooldown.
Summer officially begins at 7:09 this evening. Hot weather will continue with highs near 91. Isolated storms will occur in eastern KY.
Hot weather will continue through midweek, with temperatures peaking near 90° each day. Skies will remain bright for most of us.
The next three days will be hot with highs at or barely above 90. Meanwhile, rainfall will be very scarce.
Heat will intensify across Kentucky through the next three days. Thunderstorms will be generally limited to southeastern Kentucky.
The week will begin warm and fairly humid, but by midweek, we'll be hot and very muggy. T-storms will be scarce, and mainly to the east.
Scattered thunderstorms produced nearly 1" of rain in some areas yesterday, but now the storms will decrease and heat will build.
Warm, humid air will cover Kentucky all week long. Today will feature a high near 88° with isolated t-storms, mainly to the east.
The first 14 days of the month were 3.8° below average in Lexington, but we'll get a taste of midsummer heat in the days ahead.
A prolonged stretch of very warm (eventually hot) and humid weather is just beginning. Spotty t-storms will be possible.
Warm, increasingly humid air will build into Kentucky over the next few days. Today will feature a stray t-storm to the south, high: 86.
Today is warm, but humidity is bearable. In the next few days, temperatures and humidity levels will be rising. We'll have a steamy weekend.
Most of us started the day in the 50s, but some locations fell into the 40s this morning. A warming trend will soon take over.
Temperatures will climb into the lower to middle 80s today as sunshine mixes with a few fair-weather clouds.
Lots of sunshine will accompany high pressure this afternoon as temperatures hover within a couple degrees of 80. Tonight will be cool.
We'll have a spectacular Wednesday, with low humidity, a bright sky, and highs near 80 degrees. We could use more rain, though.
On the heels of yesterday's cold front, today will be gorgeous with low humidity and partly sunny skies. Highs will be near 80.
A cold front has crossed central Kentucky without precipitation, but spotty thunderstorms will be possible in southeastern KY.