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Sky Alert Weather Forecast
Another afternoon where the threat of severe weather looms over Eastern Kentucky. An area of low pressure is passing off to our north once again, and is helping to fire up afternoon storms across the mountains. These storms are capable of producing heavy rain, and gusty winds with intense lightning. A few storms may pop up over severe limits, remember a severe thunderstorm is one that has 58 mph winds and/or 1" diameter hail.
Another round storms is possible on Wednesday afternoon after a partly sunny morning. Lows will be in the mid 60s, and highs will be in the lower 80s. Watch out for patchy fog on your morning commute.
Widespread rain and storms look likely on Thursday and Friday. A strong cold front will enter the region dropping our temperatures into the 70s for highs. The rain goes to more of a hit or miss fashion on Independence Day with highs topping out in the lower 80s once again.
We keep the active pattern going into early next week.
Sky Alert Chief Meteorologist