LEXINGTON, Ky. (FOX 56) – Scattered showers and storms eventually wind down through Tuesday evening, but chances for a few showers linger overnight. The good news is most are on the drier side with warm and muggy lows in the mid-70s.
Not a lot of changes with the forecast mid to late week as the active storm track continues. A bubble of high-pressure aloft spins just to our south while keeping the heat and humidity in play for us and many others.
For the Commonwealth, several disturbances will ride along the outer edge of this upper-level high while throwing more storm chances our way. In return, showers and storms look likely through late week with hot and humid highs in the 90s through Friday!
Into the weekend, a cold front finally pushes southward across the region while clearing all storm chances and bringing a cooler shot of air. Even better news shows up in the latter half of the weekend as we knock humidity levels way back for a more comfortable feel!
Highs both Saturday and Sunday top out in the low to mid-80s with dry skies slated for everyone by Sunday.
The heat and humidity start ramping back up early next week with highs in the low 90s Tuesday and the chance for a few storms.
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