Mostly Sunny & Cool - Wednesday

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Updated: 2/06/2013 1:02 pm
Afternoon Update:

In the Blue Grass, we're still tracking a few passing clouds. However, south of I-64, it's all about the sunshine!  Enjoy it while it lasts because by this time tomorrow, more clouds and a few rain showers are in the forecast.

Join Meteorologist Mark Stitz tonight at 5pm, 6pm & 11pm for more on your forecast.

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It's a cold, mostly clear and frosty start to your "hump" day.

By mid-morning, temperatures should warm enough to thaw those areas of light frost.  Look for 36° by lunch time under mostly sunny skies.  Into the afternoon, highs should top out in the low 40s with loads of sunshine.  This evening, temps should tumble into the upper 20s.  We're forecasting mostly cloudy skies with showers by Thursday with highs, more mild, in the low 50s. 

Join me today at Noon on ABC 36 for more on your forecast!


It's cold with light frost this morning. Check out this afternoon's high at 5am on @ABC36Lexington #GMK! http://t.co/7eNPbbEA
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