LEXINGTON, Ky. (FOX 56) – Our next system rolls into town Monday as showers and storms become likely. While some isolated strong storms are possible, the best threat for severe weather remains along and west of the I-75 corridor.

Rain and storms overnight will still pack a punch at times. Again, the main concerns for this period will be gusty winds and heavy rainfall. Some localized flooding issues in spots cannot be ruled out. A Severe Thunderstorm Watch remains in effect until 10 p.m. Monday.

Conditions trend drier through the day Tuesday but as the cold front moves through for the afternoon hours, it could spark a few shower showers and storms. Otherwise, highs are back into the warm 80s.

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Our next disturbance and cold front take aim at the Commonwealth starting Wednesday afternoon and brings another round of scattered showers and storms. Some could be strong with another threat of damaging winds, some hail, and heavy rainfall.

Showers come to an end early Thursday as conditions trend drier through the day. Partly to mostly sunny skies take over with pleasant highs in the low 80s.

The break from the rain doesn’t last long with another shot at rain moving in late-day Friday. Showers and storms look possible through Friday night with drier skies eventually taking over through Saturday.
Temperatures turn much cooler through the upcoming weekend with highs only in the 70s!

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