LEXINGTON, Ky. (FOX 56) – After another beautiful weather day for the Commonwealth, some changes finally head our way Friday and through the weekend as rain chances return.

Tonight, mainly clear skies prevail with pleasant lows in the low to mid 60s. Areas of patchy fog will be possible once again.

As we heat things up into Friday afternoon, highs reach the mid-80s as muggy conditions return. With some moisture to play with, some isolated storms are on the table through the early evening hours. Most dry out later Friday night with lows in the mid-60s.


The warm and humid conditions stick around both Saturday and Sunday as our next system edges closer to the region. Saturday looks a lot like Friday with a mix of sun and clouds, warm temperatures, and muggy conditions. Once again, isolated showers and a few storms are a possibility.

By Sunday, our incoming system finally works into the region while providing better storm chances for the entire area. This isn’t an all-day rain, but there is a good chance you get in on some rain later Sunday and into Sunday night.

Showers and storms linger Monday before skies trend drier Tuesday. Afternoon temperatures through next mid-week are below normal but still warm as thermometers top out in the low and mid-80s.