July 24: The grass on the CentrePointe block in downtown Lexington has bounced back to a dark green after recent heavy rains. Central Kentucky is now above normal for July rainfall after one of the driest Junes.
July 24: The grass on the CentrePointe block in downtown Lexington has bounced back to a dark green after recent heavy rains. Central Kentucky is now above normal for July rainfall after one of the driest Junes. Herald-Leader
July 24: The grass on the CentrePointe block in downtown Lexington has bounced back to a dark green after recent heavy rains. Central Kentucky is now above normal for July rainfall after one of the driest Junes. Herald-Leader

Kentucky goes from hottest, driest June to potentially the wettest July

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