Happy Friday! Today is going to be another hot and humid day. High temperatures reach the upper 80s. At least we’ll be drier. A few stray showers east of I-65 are possible early this morning along with patchy fog. Clouds clear out throughout this morning, leaving lots of sunshine Friday afternoon and evening.
Saturday afternoon/evening a weak cold front will pass through south-central Kentucky. Around this frontal boundary, we can expect passing clouds. A few isolated showers or storms may pop-up, but most areas look to remain dry. A dry break continues Sunday and Monday. Despite a cold front moving through, temperatures remain hot in the upper 80s to low 90s this weekend into the start of next week.
Toward the middle of next week we could see some of Tropical Storm Cristobal’s remnants bringing southern Kentucky scattered showers and storms Tuesday-Wednesday.
Late Wednesday a different system will bring a cold front through Kentucky. This front will cool temperatures down to the low to mid 80s for the second half of next week. It will also bring sunshine and dry weather the rest of the work week.
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