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LEXINGTON, Ky. (FOX 56) – After a very cool and raw Saturday with pockets of showers and drizzle, tonight’s forecast calls for decreasing clouds, chilly air, and damp as the raindrops fade.
The normal low this time of year is in the lower to mid-50s. Tonight, much of the Commonwealth falls into the mid-40s.
Temperatures should be 10 degrees warmer on Monday as compared to Mother’s Day. In fact, a string of 80 degree days are in our future, which should last much of the week ahead.
Clouds break up tonight.
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