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Updated: 3/24/2013 7:27 pm
Wow!  What a crazy forecast for the next 36 hours.  As an initial line of heavy rain and T'storms passed this evening, some places have already topped one inch of precipitation.  Hail and lightning were both spotted with the passing line of storms.  Tonight more moisture moves into the Bluegrass, but with falling temperatures to 30 degrees, this time it is mainly snow for northern counties (up to a half of an inch) and a slushy/wintry mix along the Cumberland Parkway. Tomorrow morning commutes will be affected with snow, reduced visibilities, and freezing roadways.  Breezy conditions continue through the overnight and afternoon tomorrow with winds out of the ENE at 10-18 mph with gusts as strong as 30 mph.  This will bring blustery conditions tomorrow with blowing and falling snow.  An additional one to two inches is likely tomorrow across Kentucky.  High temperatures for Monday will only reach 34 degrees.  The cold air and snow continues into the afternoon Tuesday. 
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