Our mostly sunny, warm weekend continues into Sunday with high temperatures nearing the low 80s this afternoon.
Unlike my Derby trifecta, the next few days look great for the Bluegrass as high pressure to the east keeps us dry and free of most moisture. Expect daytime highs the run a bit warmer than Saturday in the mid to high 70s with a few southern Kentucky spots nearing the low 80s (looks like another great day to get some yard work done).
Monday and Tuesday looks very similar as the only real chance for rain showers stays well to the north of us in Indiana and Ohio.
Conditions slowly begin to change by midweek as clouds begin to move back into the Bluegrass. Expect temperatures to climb into the mid to low 80s by this point as we enjoy a taste of summer here in the first week of May.
Into Thursday, we'll track isolated showers and thunderstorms across Kentucky but the coverage doesn't look very widespread as of now.
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