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A stationary front remains parked across the Commonwealth this morning and will be slow to move throughout today. In return, we’ll hold onto the scattered chance for showers and storms for much of today.

The overcast skies along with any shower activity will keep temperatures about 10 degree below normal for this time of the year. Thermometer readings slowly rise this afternoon but only top out in the mid 70’s. This is not the ideal forecast for Independence Day but if you plan on attending a firework show, pack the umbrella to be on the safe side. Some patchy dense fog likely develops late tonight.

Another upper level disturbance is expected to swing through the Tennessee Valley Region by Sunday while bringing increased rain chances back to southern and eastern Kentucky. Once again, look for unseasonably cooler temperatures with highs only in the upper 70’s.
Unfortunately, mother nature doesn’t appear to give us a break. Daily rain and storm chances continue for the next several days with the best shot for rain arriving next Thursday. During this period, temperatures hang tough in the upper 70’s and lower 80’s.

Have a great Independence Day weekend!

Sky Alert Meteorologist
Chris Johnson

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