LEXINGTON, Ky. (FOX 56) — Finally, we got some measurable rainfall! Lexington recorded an observed 0.30” of rain from Tuesday’s cold front.

It’s the first measurable rain in 17 days. We haven’t had more than a trace of rainfall in Lexington since Aug. 25.

Moving ahead, rain chances remain pretty limited. Cooler temperatures begin to funnel in overnight, and the humidity takes a deep dive into the pleasant category.

Lows will drop into the mid-50s into early Wednesday. Clouds will slowly clear behind the front, which will bring us more sun than clouds Wednesday afternoon. High temperatures hit the mid-70s for most.


A couple of cooler nights settle in for Thursday and Friday. Lows will dip into the upper 40s to low 50s each night.

Surface high pressure settles in to close out the week, which will keep the weather quiet and cool.


Another upper-level low will dive south by the late weekend, which may bring another round of light rain, but overall, our trend is still dry.