LEXINGTON, Ky. (FOX 56) – After two 88-degree highs in a row in Lexington, last Friday and Saturday, today was much cooler in the lower 70s. In fact, there was a 10-degree difference between Frankfort and Pikeville this afternoon.
Lows tonight will be cooler in the 50s with spotty rain potential.
Highs on Monday will struggle to get out of the mid-60s with spotty rain, a 20% chance for Central Kentucky, but more rain is expected in far Southeastern and Eastern Kentucky, with about a 60% chance on Monday.
While many of us will dry out on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday should include occasional showers and storms. Thursday, while overcast, should be the soggiest day of the week.
The Memorial Day Weekend looks great and dry with highs in the 80s.
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