Storms to usher in much cooler air

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Toasty temps and high humidity levels have combined to make for a steamy weather period across the commonwealth of late. This air is about to get kicked out of here and will be replaced by a serious blast of fall temps. Between now and then… things may get a little bumpy with scattered storms going up.

Those storms will be out there this evening and could contain a lot of lightning and torrential rains.

The showers and storms on Thursday will be along and ahead of our fall cold front. That means some of these may be on the strong side and that’s something to keep a close eye on. The air coming in behind this front looks awesome.

Highs from the upper 60s to low 70s will be common for central and eastern Kentucky for Saturday and Sunday. Western areas will see low to mid 70s. Overnight lows may drop all the way into the low 40s for many and that could threaten record lows.