Ahead of an area of low pressure moving through the northern Plains, there was a vast field of warm, moist air churning through the Ohio Valley. There was a lot of cloudiness throughout the Lexington region because of the overriding moisture, which kept temperatures cooler than one might have expected south of a June warm front. Still, this was well anticipated by every outlet. When the sun did break out, it simply provided the impetus for thunderstorms, which they saw more vigorously on Sunday than Saturday. Victoria Weather ended up with the top forecast for the day, narrowly edging Weatherbug and The Weather Channel.
Actuals: Saturday .03 inches of rain, High 81, Low 70
Sunday – .52 inches of rain, High 85, Low 71