Ally Blake’s Forecast | Flash Flooding Threat

Friday’s Forecast
Updated: Jun. 11, 2021 at 6:44 AM EDT
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LEXINGTON, Ky. (WKYT) - Good morning! It is going to be another warm and humid day across the bluegrass with showers and storms.

Dense fog will also be present in portions of central Kentucky so keep that in mind as you head out this morning. Temps waking up will range from the upper 60′s to low 70′s with cloudy skies. We will gradually warm up into the upper 70′s and low 80′s by the end of the day. Showers and storms will increase throughout the day and flash flooding is possible. Localized high water issues are likely to stay weather-aware throughout the day. A flash flood watch is in effect for much of eastern Kentucky until 2:00 AM EST on June 12th.

The good news is this pattern is changing, and we should see some big changes coming this weekend. Tomorrow rain chances will decrease, but the tropical feel sticks around, and temps will even get into the mid 80′s with heat indices close to 90. Make sure you stay hydrated. A cold front will sweep on by into Sunday and this will calm the humidity down and the chance for showers. Monday looks to be gorgeous with partly cloudy skies and temps in the low 80′s. Tuesday will have a slight chance of showers as another cold front comes. Temps will drop into the upper 70′s with lows in the low 60′s. Wednesday through Friday things are looking more like fall with temps in the 70′s, lows in the 50′s, and low humidity levels. Skies should be nice and clear.

I hope you all stay safe today and have a great start to the weekend:)

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