Showers remain possible overnight as drier conditions work in
HAZARD, Ky. (WYMT) - Our Flash Flood Watch has been canceled thanks to all over our showers and storms pushing south of the Kentucky/Tennessee border and out of our area overnight.
Tonight through Tomorrow Night
It has been another day of scattered showers and storms dumping very heavy rain across the region. We’ll definitely be watching it closely overnight in case more storms blossom up, even though our Flash Flood Watch is history. Showers and storms should continue to taper off overnight with lows in the middle and upper 60s.
More scattered showers and storms will be possible Saturday afternoon after a partly cloudy start to the weekend, but coverage will not be anywhere near what we’ve been dealing with the past few days. Highs will warm back up into the middle 80s as muggy conditions continue. The good news is that we’ll finally look to finally have a period with no rain chances with a partly cloudy night on Saturday night with lows in the upper 60s.
One more rain chance looks to work in Sunday afternoon with a weak frontal boundary trying to work in for the afternoon hours after a dry start to the day. We’ll still see plenty of dry time, though. Conditions will remain muggy with highs in the middle 80s and lows overnight into the mid 60s as we dry out.
It will stay muggy for the day on Monday with highs staying in the mid 80s, we’ll stay mostly sunny though and actually dry through the whole day...which will be a nice change of pace!
Models have been trying to bring a weak front through the region on Tuesday, either way, not expecting much in the way of rainfall as of now with highs in the low 80s under mostly sunny skies.
Mostly sunny skies continue rolling through much of next week as well with lower humidity values working in for The second half of next week. Highs each day will end up in the middle to upper 70s. Now that’s a way to finish off a work week!
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