Kentucky Weather: Storms, Showers Expected Saturday and Throughout the Weekend

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Paducah, KY – A stormy weekend is on tap for Kentucky, with showers and thunderstorms expected to spread across the region starting Saturday.

According to the US National Weather Service Paducah, dry conditions will persist through early Friday afternoon, with near to slightly below normal temperatures expected through Saturday. However, residents should prepare for significant weather changes as showers and thunderstorms are predicted to begin late Friday afternoon and continue through Friday night.

Numerous storms are anticipated on Saturday, with on-and-off showers and thunderstorms extending throughout the weekend. Scattered storms are likely to persist into Sunday and early next week. Temperatures are expected to be above normal starting Sunday and continuing into the following week, adding to the potential for severe weather conditions.

The National Weather Service advises residents to stay updated on the latest weather forecasts and take necessary precautions. The weekend’s weather could impact outdoor activities and travel plans, so staying informed and prepared is crucial.

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