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A Wet Wednesday For Many

Our gorgeous window of weather is about to close as showers and thunderstorms begin to push into the region. This is all part of a fairly active second half of September weather pattern that started this past Friday night.

A system rolling across the plains states is working toward the region and will draw up moisture from the Gulf of Mexico. This will cause showers and storms to develop across the western half of the state today.

This action will roll eastward across central and eastern Kentucky into Wednesday. The heaviest rain will fall south of Interstate 64 with lighter amounts to the north.

The clouds and rain will keep temps into the upper 60s and low 70s for highs.

Better weather moves in for Thursday and Friday as our temps start to warm.


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