Winter Weather Advisories For Southeast Kentucky

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Updated: 12/09/2013 11:42 pm
Midnight Update:  The bulk of the snow showers are expected to move through between 2am - 9am Tuesday, yet you may have a few flurries developing in the next hour.  Winter Weather Advisories remain in effect for Tuesday for locations southeast of Lexington.  With Tuesday morning low temperatures falling into the lower 20s, any untreated surfaces could become slick.  We are expecting anywhere from 1" to 3" for Southeast Kentucky, with nothing to a dusting across the Bluegrass.  Clouds will diminish by Tuesday afternoon, with high temperatures only reaching 30 degrees.  Frigid temperatures continue through midweek, with lows in the teens and highs in the 20s and 30s.  Another chance for rain will return for Saturday, with a transition to snow possible into Sunday.
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Winter Weather Advisories are in effect for early Tuesday across Southeast Kentucky. Temperatures will remain frigid for the remainder of the week, with another weather disturbance possibly bringing more wintry precipitation for the weekend.

TONIGHT: Snow showers will develop across Southeast Kentucky, with 1” to 3” possible. The Lexington Metro area is expected to miss most of the snow, with only a dusting at best. Overnight low temperatures will be around 21 degrees, so any untreated surfaces that receives snow could become slick.

TUESDAY: After some morning snow across Southeast Kentucky, cloudy skies will decrease, with a little sunshine by the late afternoon. Tuesday afternoon high temperatures will be around 30 degrees.

TUESDAY NIGHT: Partly to mostly clear skies will be around Tuesday night into Wednesday morning, with overnight low temperatures falling to 17 degrees.

WEDNESDAY: High pressure will develop across the region on Wednesday, giving us mostly sunny skies, with a cold high temperature of 36 degrees.

THURSDAY: Colder air will move in on Thursday, with morning low temperatures around 15 degrees, and afternoon high temperatures around 28 degrees. Skies will stay mostly sunny.

FRIDAY: Partly cloudy skies will develop for Friday, with a chilly high temperature of 37 degrees.

WEEKEND: Another weather disturbance will move into the region Saturday into Sunday, giving us the chance for rain and snow. Saturday high temperatures will be around 39 degrees, with a better chance for a cold rain. Colder air is expected to move in Saturday night into Sunday, changing the rain over to snow. Sunday morning low temperatures will be around 27 degrees, and a high of only 32 degrees.

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