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Isolated shower or storm possible Sunday; below average temps continue

Below average temperatures continue this week; but start of Kentucky State Fair looks good.

LOUISVILLE, Ky. — After a dry day working throughout our Saturday, we’ve brought a little more in the way of cloud cover into the forecast as we’ve worked into the evening and overnight hours, and we will be keeping an eye on the radar as new work throughout our Sunday thanks to a frontal boundary moving through the region.

With this warm front moving through the region, will keep the chance of an isolated showers storm into the forecast early on Sunday morning, otherwise we can expect a mixture of sunshine and clouds as we have throughout the day. Temperature is just a few degrees warmer as we head into the middle 80s by Sunday afternoon.

Our cold front will swing through the region as we head into early next week on Monday. Expect a mixture of sunshine and clouds for most of the day with an isolated shower possible as the system will not have a lot of moisture to work with. Temperatures just a few degrees cooler as we drop into the lower 80s by Monday afternoon.

MORNING: Partly to mostly cloudy skies. A chance of an isolated shower or thunderstorm.  Temps: 60s to 70s.

TODAY: Partly cloudy skies. A chance of an isolated shower or thunderstorm. High: 86. Winds: Calm winds.

TONIGHT: Partly cloudy skies.  Low: 68.  Winds: Calm winds.

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