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Monday: Cooler, Drier Air Arrives

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Updated: 10/15/2012 12:33 am
Behind Sunday's cold front, a few stray showers will linger in SE Kentucky Monday morning.
Skies will clear from the west to east thoughout the day with noticeably cooler temperatures.
Afternoon highs will peak in the low 60s.

Under mostly clear skies, temperatures will bottom out near 40° Tuesday morning.
With light winds, some patchy fog is possible.
Tuesday afternoon will be comfortable in the mid 60s.
Our next cold front brings showers late Wednesday into Thursday.
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