Strong storms rolled through the Bluegrass Friday night and while giving some much needed rain, caused quite a bit of wind damage. The squall line moved out well ahead of a cold front that we are now feeling the benefits of. Temperatures are much milder with less humidity with a light northerly wind. Overnight temperatures will drop back into the mid 60s with mostly clear skies.
Sunday high pressure still dominates across the region keeping it sunny. Highs will reach into the upper 80s, still average for late July. We'll begin to go back to our humid and stormy pattern gradually through next week. Only isolated storms will pop up on Monday and Tuesday with highs around 90. Then a better chance of storms return to the forecast as a stalled front to our south comes back our way. That will put us in the humidity and heat with daily scattered storms developing.
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