LOUISVILLE, KY (WAVE) – From election results to today's release of the JCPS audit, here are 10 things Kentuckiana will be talking about today:
1: Storms: Temperatures will be even warmer today than yesterday with dry weather for the morning and much of the afternoon. Storms start to move in from the north late this afternoon through tonight. Some of these storms could be severe with wind damage as the main threat. The storms move out of South Central KY early tomorrow morning as temperatures warm back to the 80s tomorrow. The holiday weekend looks gorgeous with dry weather, warm temperatures, and plenty of sunshine.
WAVE 3 will have comprehensive coverage of the audit findings promptly at 10:00 a.m. on wave3.com. There will also be a link to the full 301 page report.
3: Election Results: Election season is in full swing as last night's primary gave Kentuckians some political answers. After beating Matt Bevin, Mitch McConnell will be taking on Alison Lundergan Grimes come November and according to Speaker of the House Greg Stumbo, "The marshmallow fight is over. Tonight the war begins."
Don't Miss: Mysterious sounds recorded in Kentuckiana, are being heard around the world! The long "hums" and sometimes even "booms" certainly get your attention, but what's behind the mystery? The theories range from earthquakes, to electromagnetic activity, to the supernatural and the list goes on. Our own Meteorologist Brian Goode took a look at the theories and talked to witnesses. See his discoveries Wednesday at 11 p.m. on WAVE 3 News.
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