Eastern Kentucky Weather - WYMT

Hazard, KY

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Clear

51°F

Hi: 62° Lo: 48°

Feels like 51°F
Precipitation: 20%
Humidity: 89%

Dewpoint: 48°
Heat Index: 51°
Wind Direction:
Wind Speed: 5 mph

Sunrise: 07:42:20 am
Sunset: 05:46:39 pm

Cloudy, scattered rain and a few t'storms possible. Highs in the lower 60s and lows in the mid-upper 40s.

6 AM


48°

Humidity: 95%
Precip: 20%

7 AM


49°

Humidity: 93%
Precip: 30%

8 AM


50°

Humidity: 92%
Precip: 30%

9 AM


53°

Humidity: 88%
Precip: 50%

10 AM


56°

Humidity: 83%
Precip: 60%

11 AM


59°

Humidity: 80%
Precip: 50%

Monday

Hi: 52° Lo: 40
Tuesday

Hi: 50° Lo: 39
Wednesday

Hi: 55° Lo: 37
Thursday

Hi: 40° Lo: 30
Friday

Hi: 35° Lo: 26
Saturday

Hi: 34° Lo: 27

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Ample cloud cover kept today's highs in the lower 60s. Scattered showers linger through the rest of this evening.

Overnight, mild lows will settle in the lower 50s. Patchy fog will develop, as well. Scattered showers are possible, but the bulk of the rain holds off until around dawn Sunday.

Rain will move north early Sunday morning, and we could even hear a few rumbles of thunder before lunchtime. Highs near the mid 60s as we get a brief break from the rain, but another round moves in Sunday night.

The secondary round of rain and t'storms looks to move in after 8 p.m. and will likely continue for the rest of the night. Pockets of heavy rain are possible, especially within thunderstorms.

By Monday morning, locations in southeast Kentucky could see anywhere from one to two inches of rain.

Scattered rain looks to continue Monday, but tapering off begins Tuesday morning. Highs will struggle to reach 50° Tuesday.

Old Man Winter will make a comeback during the second half of the week. Scattered rain chances remain possible for the rest of the week, as well.

Highs Thursday will near 40°, while Friday and Saturday will stay below the 40-degree mark. Ample cloud cover kept today's highs in the lower 60s. Scattered showers linger through the rest of this evening.

Overnight, mild lows will settle in the lower 50s. Patchy fog will develop, as well. Scattered showers are possible, but the bulk of the rain holds off until around dawn Sunday.

Rain will move north early Sunday morning, and we could even hear a few rumbles of thunder before lunchtime. Highs near the mid 60s as we get a brief break from the rain, but another round moves in Sunday night.

The secondary round of rain and t'storms looks to move in after 8 p.m. and will likely continue for the rest of the night. Pockets of heavy rain are possible, especially within thunderstorms.

By Monday morning, locations in southeast Kentucky could see anywhere from one to two inches of rain.

Scattered rain looks to continue Monday, but tapering off begins Tuesday morning. Highs will struggle to reach 50° Tuesday.

Old Man Winter will make a comeback during the second half of the week. Scattered rain chances remain possible for the rest of the week, as well.

Highs Thursday will near 40°, while Friday and Saturday will stay below the 40-degree mark. Ample cloud cover kept today's highs in the lower 60s. Scattered showers linger through the rest of this evening.

Overnight, mild lows will settle in the lower 50s. Patchy fog will develop, as well. Scattered showers are possible, but the bulk of the rain holds off until around dawn Sunday.

Rain will move north early Sunday morning, and we could even hear a few rumbles of thunder before lunchtime. Highs near the mid 60s as we get a brief break from the rain, but another round moves in Sunday night.

The secondary round of rain and t'storms looks to move in after 8 p.m. and will likely continue for the rest of the night. Pockets of heavy rain are possible, especially within thunderstorms.

By Monday morning, locations in southeast Kentucky could see anywhere from one to two inches of rain.

Scattered rain looks to continue Monday, but tapering off begins Tuesday morning. Highs will struggle to reach 50° Tuesday.

Old Man Winter will make a comeback during the second half of the week. Scattered rain chances remain possible for the rest of the week, as well.

Highs Thursday will near 40°, while Friday and Saturday will stay below the 40-degree mark. Ample cloud cover kept today's highs in the lower 60s. Scattered showers linger through the rest of this evening.

Overnight, mild lows will settle in the lower 50s. Patchy fog will develop, as well. Scattered showers are possible, but the bulk of the rain holds off until around dawn Sunday.

Rain will move north early Sunday morning, and we could even hear a few rumbles of thunder before lunchtime. Highs near the mid 60s as we get a brief break from the rain, but another round moves in Sunday night.

The secondary round of rain and t'storms looks to move in after 8 p.m. and will likely continue for the rest of the night. Pockets of heavy rain are possible, especially within thunderstorms.

By Monday morning, locations in southeast Kentucky could see anywhere from one to two inches of rain.

Scattered rain looks to continue Monday, but tapering off begins Tuesday morning. Highs will struggle to reach 50° Tuesday.

Old Man Winter will make a comeback during the second half of the week. Scattered rain chances remain possible for the rest of the week, as well.

Highs Thursday will near 40°, while Friday and Saturday will stay below the 40-degree mark. Ample cloud cover kept today's highs in the lower 60s. Scattered showers linger through the rest of this evening.

Overnight, mild lows will settle in the lower 50s. Patchy fog will develop, as well. Scattered showers are possible, but the bulk of the rain holds off until around dawn Sunday.

Rain will move north early Sunday morning, and we could even hear a few rumbles of thunder before lunchtime. Highs near the mid 60s as we get a brief break from the rain, but another round moves in Sunday night.

The secondary round of rain and t'storms looks to move in after 8 p.m. and will likely continue for the rest of the night. Pockets of heavy rain are possible, especially within thunderstorms.

By Monday morning, locations in southeast Kentucky could see anywhere from one to two inches of rain.

Scattered rain looks to continue Monday, but tapering off begins Tuesday morning. Highs will struggle to reach 50° Tuesday.

Old Man Winter will make a comeback during the second half of the week. Scattered rain chances remain possible for the rest of the week, as well.

Highs Thursday will near 40°, while Friday and Saturday will stay below the 40-degree mark. Ample cloud cover kept today's highs in the lower 60s. Scattered showers linger through the rest of this evening.

Overnight, mild lows will settle in the lower 50s. Patchy fog will develop, as well. Scattered showers are possible, but the bulk of the rain holds off until around dawn Sunday.

Rain will move north early Sunday morning, and we could even hear a few rumbles of thunder before lunchtime. Highs near the mid 60s as we get a brief break from the rain, but another round moves in Sunday night.

The secondary round of rain and t'storms looks to move in after 8 p.m. and will likely continue for the rest of the night. Pockets of heavy rain are possible, especially within thunderstorms.

By Monday morning, locations in southeast Kentucky could see anywhere from one to two inches of rain.

Scattered rain looks to continue Monday, but tapering off begins Tuesday morning. Highs will struggle to reach 50° Tuesday.

Old Man Winter will make a comeback during the second half of the week. Scattered rain chances remain possible for the rest of the week, as well.

Highs Thursday will near 40°, while Friday and Saturday will stay below the 40-degree mark. Ample cloud cover kept today's highs in the lower 60s. Scattered showers linger through the rest of this evening.

Overnight, mild lows will settle in the lower 50s. Patchy fog will develop, as well. Scattered showers are possible, but the bulk of the rain holds off until around dawn Sunday.

Rain will move north early Sunday morning, and we could even hear a few rumbles of thunder before lunchtime. Highs near the mid 60s as we get a brief break from the rain, but another round moves in Sunday night.

The secondary round of rain and t'storms looks to move in after 8 p.m. and will likely continue for the rest of the night. Pockets of heavy rain are possible, especially within thunderstorms.

By Monday morning, locations in southeast Kentucky could see anywhere from one to two inches of rain.

Scattered rain looks to continue Monday, but tapering off begins Tuesday morning. Highs will struggle to reach 50° Tuesday.

Old Man Winter will make a comeback during the second half of the week. Scattered rain chances remain possible for the rest of the week, as well.

Highs Thursday will near 40°, while Friday and Saturday will stay below the 40-degree mark. Ample cloud cover kept today's highs in the lower 60s. Scattered showers linger through the rest of this evening.

Overnight, mild lows will settle in the lower 50s. Patchy fog will develop, as well. Scattered showers are possible, but the bulk of the rain holds off until around dawn Sunday.

Rain will move north early Sunday morning, and we could even hear a few rumbles of thunder before lunchtime. Highs near the mid 60s as we get a brief break from the rain, but another round moves in Sunday night.

The secondary round of rain and t'storms looks to move in after 8 p.m. and will likely continue for the rest of the night. Pockets of heavy rain are possible, especially within thunderstorms.

By Monday morning, locations in southeast Kentucky could see anywhere from one to two inches of rain.

Scattered rain looks to continue Monday, but tapering off begins Tuesday morning. Highs will struggle to reach 50° Tuesday.

Old Man Winter will make a comeback during the second half of the week. Scattered rain chances remain possible for the rest of the week, as well.

Highs Thursday will near 40°, while Friday and Saturday will stay below the 40-degree mark. Ample cloud cover kept today's highs in the lower 60s. Scattered showers linger through the rest of this evening.

Overnight, mild lows will settle in the lower 50s. Patchy fog will develop, as well. Scattered showers are possible, but the bulk of the rain holds off until around dawn Sunday.

Rain will move north early Sunday morning, and we could even hear a few rumbles of thunder before lunchtime. Highs near the mid 60s as we get a brief break from the rain, but another round moves in Sunday night.

The secondary round of rain and t'storms looks to move in after 8 p.m. and will likely continue for the rest of the night. Pockets of heavy rain are possible, especially within thunderstorms.

By Monday morning, locations in southeast Kentucky could see anywhere from one to two inches of rain.

Scattered rain looks to continue Monday, but tapering off begins Tuesday morning. Highs will struggle to reach 50° Tuesday.

Old Man Winter will make a comeback during the second half of the week. Scattered rain chances remain possible for the rest of the week, as well.

Highs Thursday will near 40°, while Friday and Saturday will stay below the 40-degree mark. Ample cloud cover kept today's highs in the lower 60s. Scattered showers linger through the rest of this evening.

Overnight, mild lows will settle in the lower 50s. Patchy fog will develop, as well. Scattered showers are possible, but the bulk of the rain holds off until around dawn Sunday.

Rain will move north early Sunday morning, and we could even hear a few rumbles of thunder before lunchtime. Highs near the mid 60s as we get a brief break from the rain, but another round moves in Sunday night.

The secondary round of rain and t'storms looks to move in after 8 p.m. and will likely continue for the rest of the night. Pockets of heavy rain are possible, especially within thunderstorms.

By Monday morning, locations in southeast Kentucky could see anywhere from one to two inches of rain.

Scattered rain looks to continue Monday, but tapering off begins Tuesday morning. Highs will struggle to reach 50° Tuesday.

Old Man Winter will make a comeback during the second half of the week. Scattered rain chances remain possible for the rest of the week, as well.

Highs Thursday will near 40°, while Friday and Saturday will stay below the 40-degree mark.

Enjoy the rest of the weekend!

Sky Alert Meteorologist
Allison Rogers