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The rain just will not give us a break here in the mountains of Eastern Kentucky. We've already seen heavy rain cause some flooding early in Laurel and Powell Counties, and more rain is on the way. Scattered showers and storms continue into the evening as lows fall into the 60s.

For Independence Day I'm expecting partly to mostly cloudy skies with hit or miss showers and storms through the morning and early afternoon. I think most of the region should dry out in time for fireworks though. Highs will be in the upper 70s. Sunday should feature a little more sunshine, but some scattered storms will still be with us. Highs will be 80s.

We warm up as we head into next week with isolated shower chances on Monday and Tuesday. Temperatures will top out in the lower to mid 80s. Widespread looks likely again on Wednesday and Thursday as another storm system dives in from the northwest.

Have a great Independence Day weekend!

Sky Alert Chief Meteorologist
Shane Smith

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