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Aug-Tember Weather Continues

From Jude Redfield...

    A brief surge of moisture ahead of our Friday cold front helps deliver a few showers/storms to the region. NOT EVERYONE GETS WET. Pretty common storms for this time of the year will produce downpours and frequent lightning. The scattered storms will be most prevalent on the radar between 4pm and 11pm.


    Get a load of the map below. The cold front goes WAY south tomorrow. This takes most of the rain with it. An isolated shower is possible in southern Kentucky early Saturday morning. Low humidity is the name of the game this weekend as our month of Aug-Tember continues.  I mean seriously, it feels more like September than August.


    The dew point chart below tells the story...



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