LEXINGTON, Ky. (FOX 56) — It was another hazy, toasty Wednesday for us with a mix of sunshine and a few clouds. While we’ll repeat the scene, high temperatures will drop about 10 degrees for Thursday, and overnight lows will certainly be chilly.
A cold front will roll in overnight and brings with it the slightest chance of a stray shower. Temperatures will start to tumble, and we’ll see a cool breeze develop out of the northeast.
Winds will be 5 to 15 mph the next two days to usher in highs in the low 70s and overnight lows that could touch 40, or even colder.
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We’ll still have plenty of sunshine though and don’t let that fool you. The UV index will be between a 7 and 9 all the way through Memorial Day weekend which means sunburn can happen in 15 to 25 minutes.
While most of the forecast looks dry, we do have a few chances for some periodic rain Saturday through Memorial Day.
It looks like Sunday has the best chance to see the most rain, which will hardly be measurable anyways.
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