Lexington is up to a parched 29 consecutive days without measurable rainfall, our 3rd longest run. A weak cold front will spark a round of scattered showers and isolated t-showers Thursday morning that will shift southeast later in the day. This is our only chance to pick up a brief burst of rain and end this record dry stretch, we're trending hot and dry into the weekend. After the showers pass we'll end up partly sunny with highs on either side of 80° Thursday.
Posted at 3:57 AM, Sep 26, 2019
and last updated 2019-09-26 03:57:11-04
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