LEXINGTON, Ky. (FOX 56) – Today was another warm day in the 80s in the Commonwealth. Sunday, for example, marked Lexington’s 6th day in a row in the 80s, which started last Tuesday, May 10th.

Total lunar eclipse times for tonight. The “Super Flower Blood Moon.”
Areas north and west of central Kentucky may see more clouds tonight, due to the advancing showers and storms.
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Some of the storms tonight could strong to isolated severe.

From the Storm Prediction Center
Lows expected tonight and into early Monday morning
Highs expected on Monday

While Lexington and central Kentucky, for example, dry out later Monday and into Tuesday. Showers and storms should return on Wednesday and Thursday.

The hottest day of the week is scheduled for Friday with highs in the upper 80s to around 90 degrees… hazy, hot, and humid.

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