Adam Burniston’s Forecast | Active pattern remains in the forecast

Published: Aug. 1, 2020 at 3:55 PM EDT
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LEXINGTON, Ky. (WKYT) - While the severe threat has diminished for Kentucky, a wet pattern is staying in the forecast through this next week.

For tonight, a few showers will remain around for parts of the Commonwealth, but generally, most will experience drier conditions through the overnight. Temperatures will be staying on the mild side as well slowly cooling down through the 70s and eventually into the upper 60s. Some patchy fog will be possible as well in areas.

By Sunday morning, temperatures will be in the mid to upper 60s. A few scattered showers and thunderstorms will return throughout the day, but none should become severe, and we’ll still feature plenty of dry time throughout the day as well. During afternoon hours, highs will reach the mid to lower 80s with a mix of the sun in there as well.

We’ll keep our pattern relatively active as we continue through next week with another system bringing showers and thunderstorms on Monday and then isolated rain chances remaining around through the rest of the week. Even with a semi-active pattern, we’ll still feature plenty of dry time in the forecast into the middle of the week. This first full week of August also looks to stay on a somewhat “cooler” side, with most days featuring highs only in the lower 80s and upper 70s. It’s not until next weekend that we may see the mid-80s return again.

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