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Sunny with lower humidity on Thursday

Sunny with lower humidity on Thursday

Meteorologist Daniel Johnson has the forecast.



METEOROLOGIST DANIEL JOHNSON. WHAT A HOT DAY OUT THERE AND A HUMID DAY AS WELL AGAIN THAT OFFICIAL HIGH TODAY 100 DEGREES THE FIRST TIME IN LOUISVILLE SINCE JULY OF 2012. IT IS BEEN A LONG TIME ALMOST A DECADE 77 DEGREES THAT CURRENT TEMPERATURE. SO WE’VE DROPPED OFF QUICKLY EVER SINCE THAT RAIN KICKED IN THIS AFTERNOON AND THUNDERSTORM ACTIVITY. WE’VE BEEN WATCHING THIS. TEMPERATURE PLUMMET THE DEW POINT HAS BEEN SLOWLY DROPPING BUT IT’S STILL QUITE STICKY 71 DEGREES HUMIDITY 82% BUT THAT IS ABOUT TO CHANGE DRIER AIR IS MOVING IN. THERE’S THAT OFFICIAL HIGH THE TRIPLE DIGITS 100 DEGREES 74 WAS THE LOW TEMPERATURE OR NORMAL WHERE WE SHOULD BE. 87 DEGREES AND AGAIN THAT RECORD HIGH TODAY OR THAT HIGH OF 100 WAS A RECORD BREAKING THE OLD ONE OF 99 SET BACK IN 1988 SO FAR. YEAH, WE’VE HAD 13 DAYS AT OR ABOVE 90 DEGREES. IT HAS BEEN A VERY HOT START TO THE YEAR AND THE SUMMER SEASON, ALTHOUGH TECHNICALLY SOME ARE JUST STARTED YESTERDAY TEMPERATURES OUT THE DOOR IN THE 70S AND 80S DEPENDING ON WHERE YOU ARE, LOUISVILLE. A LITTLE BIT COOLER THOSE AREAS. WE SAW A LITTLE BIT MORE IN THE WAY OF RAIN WHILE AREAS WEST DIDN’T SEE AS MUCH RAIN ENGLISH HUNTINGBURG STILL IN THE LOW 80S AT THIS LATE HOUR DEW POINTS STILL VERY STICKY, BUT WE’RE STARTING TO NOTICE SOME LOWER NUMBERS TO OUR WEST ENGLISH 59 PAOLI 59. SO A LITTLE BIT OF A DRIER AIR STARTING TO WORK IN AND HEADING TOWARD THE REGION, BUT WITH ALL THE RAIN WE HAD EARLIER TODAY AND WITH THESE STICKY DEW POINTS OUT THERE WANNA BE SURPRISED. THAT THERE’S A LITTLE BIT OF PATCHY FOG OVERNIGHT TONIGHT. WE’RE ALREADY GETTING REPORTS OF SOME FOG OUT THERE. SO BE SAFE IF YOU DO COME ACROSS IT, BUT NOTICE THE DEW POINTS DROPPING OVER THE NEXT FEW HOURS TOMORROW. WE’RE TALKING ABOUT UPPER 50S FOR DEW POINT SO MUCH MUCH BETTER COMPARED TO TODAY WHEN WE HAD LOW TO MID 70S FOR THOSE STICKY DEW POINTS. THERE’S THE COLD FRONT SLIDING SOUTH OF THE AREA TAKING THE CLOUDS AND THE SHOWERS WITH IT RADAR NOT MUCH TO TALK ABOUT NOT MUCH RAIN AT ALL. DRY FROM PAOLI TO LOUISVILLE TO FRANKFURT AND THROUGH LEXINGTON OVERNIGHT TONIGHT 70 DEGREES AGAIN THOSE STORMS ARE DONE WITH WE’RE GOING TO SEE THESE SHOWERS END AND CONTINUE TO DRY OUT THROUGH TONIGHT TEMPERATURES DOWN INTO THE UPPER 60S TO NEAR 70 DEGREES YOUR FORECAST HIGH TOMORROW 89 DEGREES. I KNOW THAT LOOKS HOT. BUT HEY, WE HIT 100 TODAY AND AND THE HUMIDITY WILL BE MUCH LOWER FOR TOMORROW AFTERNOON. SO YOU’LL DEFINITELY NOTICE THE DIFFERENCE. IT’S GOING TO FEEL MUCH NICER UPPER 80S THROUGH THE DAY TOMORROW, MAYBE A FEW MID 80S AS WE HEAD THROUGH SOUTHERN INDIANA. BUT AGAIN EITHER WAY YOU LOOK AT IT A BIG DROP COMPARED TO TODAY SO BRIGHT SUNSHINE AS WE HEAD INTO YOUR THURSDAY. A GREAT DAY FOR OUTDOOR ACTIVITIES BY FRIDAY. WE’RE GOING TO WAKE UP WITH LOTS OF SUNSHINE. MAYBE SOME HIGH CLOUDS FILTERING IN THROUGH THE AFTERNOON, BUT WE ARE DRY SATURDAY. WE’RE GOING TO SEE SOME MORE CLOUD COVER. WE’LL CALL IT PARTLY CLOUDY SHOWERS BEGIN TO APPROACH FROM OUR NORTHWEST. MOST OF US WILL STAY DRY ON SATURDAY. IT’S SUNDAY. THAT’S OUR NEXT BEST. ARE SCATTERED SHOWERS AND SOME THUNDERSTORMS SATURDAY LOOKS LIKE ONE OF THE HOTTEST DAYS HERE OVER THE NEXT SEVERAL 95 DOWN TO 92 ON SUNDAY AGAIN AND UNSETTLED DAY WITH NUMEROUS SHOWERS AND SOME THUNDERSTORMS. AND EVEN THOUGH WE HAD HEAVY RAIN TODAY IN SPOTS. WE DIDN’T ALL SEE THE RAIN BUT IN LOUISVILLE, IT DEFINITELY DID RAIN HARD AND WE NEEDED THAT RAIN CHECK OUT NEXT WEEK RICK MONDAY TUESDAY MID-80S, VERY NICE FEELING PRETTY GOOD. SO WE GET A BREAK FROM THIS. HORRIBLE HEAT. YEAH, WE’VE BEEN DEALING OUTSIDE RIGHT NOW. I DID THINGS OFF. IT’S GOOD.

Sunny with lower humidity on Thursday

Meteorologist Daniel Johnson has the forecast.

Meteorologist Daniel Johnson has the forecast.

Meteorologist Daniel Johnson has the forecast.



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