Warm Air Moves in Monday

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Updated: 2/17/2013 7:19 pm
Cold and clear tonight with temperatures dropping to 24 degrees.  A clear start tomorrow with early sunshine.  Winds will switch out of the south for tomorrow offering warmer air.  Winds will be breezy at 18-22 mph with gusts topping 30mph.  With strong southerly winds, afternoon highs will climb to 55 degrees.  Then, late afternoon a cold front will sweep in from the west bringing rainfall through Tuesday morning.  Most of the Bluegrass will get 0.25"-0.5" of rain.  Behind the frontal system is a cold air mass.  Temperatures will be back to seasonal for Tuesday with highs only reaching the upper 30s.
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