It has stormed each day of the past week. In that time Lexington and other spots across northern and southeastern Kentucky have picked up more than a month and a half’s worth of rain. We aren’t done just yet. Outside of a stray thundershower is evening, we will stay dry for the rest of the day. Sunday will bring a few more storms, but also a decent amount of dry time. During that dry time tomorrow there will be some sunshine and it will be warm and humid with highs in the mid 80s.
These daily doses of thunderstorms and heavy rain will finally come to an end once a cold front crosses on Monday. Rain and thunderstorms will be more widespread to begin the week. After that we are setting FOUR straight days that will be rain- and storm-free. The rest of next week will feature some nice summer days with highs in the mid to upper 80s.