The heat hasn’t let up much this summer and forecasters say there may not be much relief in sight.
July will likely go down as one of the hottest in history in Kentucky and Tennessee, according to National Weather Service forecaster Mike Callahan. He says long-range outlooks don’t show many changes.
Callahan says it’s not just Kentucky suffering from the oppressive heat this summer, it’s a large portion of the country.
Long-range outlooks also show less than normal precipitation, which doesn’t bode well for a state stricken with drought.