LEXINGTON, Ky. (FOX 56) — Fewer storms are expected today, but an increase in showers and storms is anticipated on Tuesday and Wednesday.

Because the humidity remains high, the same weather pattern exists, namely, “when it rains, it pours.”

Highs expected today
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90° Days in Lexington. This year, last year, and normal.

Yesterday, Sunday, Lexington hit 90 degrees at Blue Grass Airport for the 29th time this year. The average is 25 days per calendar year. Last year in 2021, Lexington had only 12 days at 90 degrees or higher. Today should be close.
Future rain totals through 5 p.m. Today, based on modeling
Future rain totals through 10 p.m. Tuesday, based on modeling
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8 a.m. Tuesday on the Futurecast
12 Noon Tuesday on the Futurecast
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Less humid air and a taste of Autumn arrive later this week when overnight lows dip into the 50s in the wake of a front, making it feel more like late September across Kentucky, not mid-August.