LEXINGTON, Ky. (FOX 56) – After a nice stretch of dry and warm weather, those dry skies finally come to an end for some starting Friday. Better rain chances arrive as we work through the weekend.
Tonight, a few passing clouds can be expected as lows drop down to around 60 degrees.
We’ll wrap up the work week with a mix of sun and clouds and highs back into the 80s. However, some rain chances return for the afternoon hours with a few isolated storms possible, especially east. This is not a washout by any means, but something to keep in mind if out and about Friday evening.
Isolated rain and storm chances ramp back up through Saturday afternoon with everyone getting in on some of the action.
Highs climb into the 80s once again with muggy conditions on tap. Be sure to keep your eyes on the skies Saturday afternoon with any isolated boomers that develop. They won’t last all day but could certainly delay some outdoor plans.
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Showers and storms wane with the loss of daytime heating by Saturday night. But the break from the rain does not last long. Our next system drops into town later Sunday while sparking more scattered showers and storms. Once again, we will see muggy conditions with highs in the 80s.
Showers wrap up later Monday with dry time and cooler air taking over Monday afternoon. Highs hover in the 70s through mid-week before rain chances return and 80s take over later next week.
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