Soggy But Mild Friday

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Updated: 12/07/2012 6:17 am
Light to moderate showers have developed along a cold front just to the north of the Ohio River.
These showers will slowly drift into central KY throughout the day Friday, mainly staying along and north of I-64.
With a light south wind, temperatures will remain mild, with highs near 60°.

Rain chances will linger into the weekend as moisture continues in the Ohio River valley.
Temperatures will stay mild Saturday, in the low 60s, and mid 60s Sunday ahead of a strong cold front.
This cold front will bring showers and thunderstorms Sunday into Monday.
Much colder air will filter in by Tuesday morning.
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