Tomorrow will bring another round of typical Kentucky summer weather - muggy and very warm with scattered storms. A cold front will spark more storms Sunday afternoon. Downpours will be the top threat, but these storms will also be capable of producing frequent lightning and gusty winds. Activity will fizzle after sunset.
Behind the front we'll get a much needed break from the daily storm chances and the oppressive humidity. The front won't completely wipe out the humidity, it is the middle of summer after all, but levels will be more bearable. It will feel a littler "cooler." However, the summertime heat will keep sizzling next week. There will be a number of opportunity to hit 90 degrees again beginning on Tuesday. Along with the heat we are tracking a mostly dry week. Wednesday night and Thursday will feature the next chance for storms. And even those chances are relatively low.