LEXINGTON, Ky. (FOX 56) – If you enjoyed today’s weather and lower humidity, Friday is a carbon copy weather day with more sunshine!
Tonight, mainly clear skies win out as dry skies continue. Lows are pleasant and a little cooler as thermometers dip into the upper 50s and low 60s.
A pleasant start Friday leads to another beautiful afternoon for the Bluegrass. Mostly sunny skies take over through the afternoon hours with warm highs near 90 degrees. Once again, the humidity levels remain in check making for a nice summer day!
Changes show up for the weekend that includes more heat and humidity plus storm chances. Saturday brings highs in the low 90s as humidity levels rise.
An isolated storm looks possible (especially south and east) but most stay dry for the day.
Our next system takes aim at the region late Sunday and into Monday as storm chances return. Best chances for rain ramp up through the afternoon and evening hours with showers lingering overnight.
Any activity ahead early Monday moves eastward as the front clears the region.
A much cooler brand of air filters in from the northwest early next week as highs drop into the low 80s. Enjoy it while you can, another warmup into the 90s shows up this time next week!
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