Near Freezing Temps Expected Sunday Morning

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Updated: 4/20/2013 11:41 pm
A Frost Advisory has been issued for the Bluegrass, southern Kentucky, and eastern Kentucky Saturday night into Sunday morning including the cities of Lexington, Frankfort, Jackson, and London.
A Freeze Warning has been issued for the northeastern portion of Kentucky Saturday night into Sunday morning including the city of Morehead.

Midnight Update: It's already chilly outside tonight. Temperatures at the midnight hour are in the low and mid 40s with Lexington sitting at 42°. We are still on track to see some patchy frost in some areas Sunday morning.
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It looks like another chilly night ahead. By Sunday morning, temperatures will drop into the mid 30s here in Lexington. Some areas could see patchy frost overnight. If you've planted any plants recently, you may want to protect them or bring any potted plants into the garage.

After a cold start to Sunday, we will warm up into the low 60s by mid afternoon. Along with our warming weather, we will have mostly sunny skies.

The warming trend continues Monday with a few more clouds and highs in the upper 60s.
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