The weekend is kicking off on a much cooler note, and things may only get better from here, said WKYT chief meteorologist Chris Bailey. Plenty of sun and normal June temps are in store for the next couple of days.
A Scott County cemetery violated a consumer-protection law after failing to deliver purchased funeral and burial services to customers, state Attorney General Andy Beshear said in a lawsuit filed Monday.
Highs Friday will only be in the 60s with showers and some rumbles of thunder moving in, according to WKYT chief meteorologist Chris Bailey. The heaviest rains will occur in the afternoon and evening, especially across the eastern half of the state.
This is shaping up to be a picture perfect spring weekend in the Bluegrass State, said WKYT chief meteorologist Chris Bailey. Temps will turn toward the warm side, and it looks as if we keep the sunny skies. Bottom line: Get outside and enjoy!