LEXINGTON, Ky. (FOX 56) – It was another beautiful day across the Commonwealth and right on time for the holiday! As we look ahead into mid-week, it looks like this warmth sticks around before changes and our next system arrive.  

Tonight, clear skies prevail once again with dry conditions on tap. Temperatures will be milder tonight as lows only dip into the mid to upper 60s.  

The shorter work week kicks off for many and the nice weather rolls on. Thermometers are warm once again as mostly sunny skies win out with highs near 90 degrees.

Changes finally show up in the forecast late Wednesday and into Thursday. Before any rain chances arrive Wednesday night, it is another warm day with highs around 90 degrees.  

Our next cold front starts to make its move into the region Wednesday evening and brings scattered showers and storms late day. It looks like chances hang around overnight and through Thursday as the slow-moving front slides through town. Some strong storms will be possible during this time.


Scattered showers and storms look likely Thursday with cooler highs on either side of 80. Rain chances wrap up Thursday night as the front pushes eastward and clears the state.  

A cooler, more pleasant brand of air settles in late week and into the weekend with more sunshine and highs in the 70s to low 80s.  

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