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LEXINGTON, Ky. (FOX 56) – Tonight, with mostly clear skies, it will stay sticky with Lexington low temperatures around 71 degrees.

Another hot and humid day is expected Tuesday with afternoon temperatures approaching the 90-degree mark. Spotty storms, mainly south and east of Fayette County, are expected to form along a moving cold front. Any of these storms may contain damaging wind and hail.

Lows expected tonight
Highs expected on Tuesday
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Severe storm outlook from the Storm Prediction Center

Strong to isolated severe storms are possible Tuesday afternoon.

Tracking the Humidity: Green areas have high humidity, high dew point temperatures

It stays humid on Tuesday with some humidity relief expected by Thursday night.
This Week’s Temperatures and ‘Feels Like” Temperatures
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Outside of the rain chances on Tuesday, expect a dry stretch of weather beginning Wednesday for much of the Commonwealth.

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