Arctic Air and Snow Return to Kentucky

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Updated: 1/02/2012 7:25 am
Cold winds will blow at 10 to 20 mph today, driving wind chills into the teens as temperatures hover near 30 degrees during the warmest part of the day.  Widespread snow showers will cross the Bluegrass Region, producing a fraction of an inch of snow in central Kentucky.  Meanwhile, a more significant accumulation of 1" to 2" will occur in the lower elevations of eastern and far southeastern Kentucky, with 2" to 4" in the higher elevations near the Virginia state line.  After a frigid night with single-digit wind chills, snow showers will exit to the east early tomorrow but it will remain very cold as highs only peak in the middle 20s.  A quieter weather pattern with a warming trend will follow, from Wednesday through Friday.  Rain showers will return on Saturday, and that storm system may end as a brief period of snow next Sunday.
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