Severe Thunderstorm Warning issued for Oldham, Jefferson, Shelby and Henry Counties until 9:28 p.m.
The remnants of Barry are making their way into the Ohio Valley with scattered storms mainly moving through S. Indiana and areas west of I-65 right now. While the severe weather threat remains low, an isolated weak spin-up and localized flooding will be possible. Scattered showers and storms will hang around tonight through tomorrow. Other than an occasional shower or storm, it will stay very humid for the rest of the week.
As our rain chances go down after tomorrow, the heat will soar! High temperatures will be approaching the mid-90s with heat index values at or above 100 Thursday through Sunday.
You’ll want to plan accordingly if you have any outdoor plans. Hydrate properly and try to find a cool spot during the hottest part of the day.
A cool front will bring back showers and storms late Sunday through Monday, and cooler and drier conditions will follow for much of next week - highs will be down to the 80s, with lower humidity.
TONIGHT: Warm and humid, scattered storms. Low: 74. Wind: S 5-15 mph.
WEDNESDAY: Mostly cloudy with more scattered showers and storms. High: 88. Wind: SW 5-15 mph.
THURSDAY: Hot and humid with a few pop-up storms possible. High: 94. Heat index 100°+. Wind: S 5-10 mph.
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