It's been a noticeably warmer and more humid day across Eastern Kentucky on this Tuesday. A few spotty showers dot the afternoon sky and that will continue into the evening with most of the showers dying after sunset. Some dense fog will develop into the early morning on Wednesday.
Scattered showers and storms are likely on Wednesday as an area of low pressure crosses the region. Highs will top out in the mid 80s. Some of the rain could be on the heavy side and may create a few more high water problems. Folks in flood prone areas should be on the look out during any storms that move in.
More off and on storms carry us through Thursday and Friday. Highs will top out in the mid to upper 80s both days. We deal with more in the way of pop up storms for Saturday through Tuesday. Highs will once again remain in the upper 80s.
The bottom line, after an extended stretch of cooler weather, it's finally feeling more like summer around Eastern Kentucky.
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