LEXINGTON, Ky. (FOX 56) — After a very active evening last night for tornado warnings in places like Pulaski, Laurel, and Whitley Counties, expect another round of strong to severe storms again today, and especially this evening as well.

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Highs expected today
Severe Weather Outlook for today and tonight from the Storm Prediction Center
Severe Storm Risk Categories from the Storm Prediction Center and NWS
Storm Threats Later Today and into Tonight
Today’s Forecast
Lows expected Tonight
9 a.m. Thursday on the Futurecast
12 Noon Thursday on the Futurecast
4 p.m. Thursday on the Futurecast
8 p.m. Thursday on the Futurecast, more strong to severe storms
11: 30 p.m. Thursday on the Futurecast
7 a.m. Friday on the Futurecast
4 p.m. Friday with gusty winds around 35 mph and near record warmth

If you are a big fan of the heat, Friday will make you happy, as Lexington, for example, makes a run toward 90 degrees. The record high for Lexington on May 20is 91 degrees, set back in the year 1944 when FDR was in the White House.