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Floyd County

June 5, 2014

FORECAST: Pairing of sun and lower humidity will be short-lived

LOUISVILLE — Expect plenty of sunshine and lower humidity for our Friday. We’ll see the heat and the humidity return for the first weekend of June. If you’re headed to the banks of the Ohio, out to dinner or just a little yard work you’ll feel the increase. In fact, showers and storms become likely across Southern Indiana during the late evening hours Saturday (most likely overnight into early Sunday). At this point we’re not expected widespread severe weather, but a few gusty thunderstorms, like we’ve seen recently, could occur. Just remember when the thunder roars ... head indoors. This time of the year with pools open and folks enjoying the summer-like warmth lightning can be the greatest danger from Mother Nature. More scattered storms remain in our forecast for several of the days next week.

 Weekend Forecast


Becoming partly sunny

Low humidity, pleasant

High: 84 degrees


Partly sunny

Storm chance late at night

Low: 62 degrees

High: 88 degrees


Scattered storms early

Slight chance later in the day

Low: 66 degrees

High: 85 degrees


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