LEXINGTON, Ky. (FOX 56) – It was another beautiful weather day for central and eastern Kentucky as most stayed dry and pleasant. While a few showers dotted our southern and eastern skies, the rain didn’t last long with most remaining dry.

Tuesday night, partly cloudy skies hang around with patchy fog possible in spots. Otherwise, it’s another cooler night with lows in the low 60s.

Wednesday arrives and more of the same in the weather world continues. A mix of sun and clouds prevail once again with pleasant highs in the low 80s. There is a slight chance for a few spotty showers and storms, but most should be on the drier side of things.


Thursday brings more in the way of sunshine with dry skies on tap. Highs hit the low 80s Thursday afternoon.

We storm things up a bit more late week as our next system edges closer to the region. Isolated storms look possible Friday before drying out Friday night. Scattered storms linger Saturday with more widespread chances taking over late day Sunday and into Monday. Highs through the weekend climb into the low and mid-80s.

The pattern remains unsettled into early next week with more storms possible Tuesday. The muggy conditions win out through the weekend and stick around into next week.

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