Rain brings some reliefto dry regions
Scattered showers and some heavy rain moved across Kentucky on Monday and could continue into Tuesday, according to meteorologist Chris Bailey.
The lack of rain since March has caused Lexington's rainfall to be about 4 inches below normal, Bailey said.
"We had a very quiet severe weather season, which is leaving us a little dry," he said.
In Western Kentucky, deficits of more than a foot have left that area in a severe drought, according to Bailey
Skies are expected to clear by Wednesday and continue the rest of the week, with daytime temperatures into the low 80s.