Near Freezing Temps Ahead

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Updated: 10/06/2012 6:11 pm
If you have any late evening Saturday night plans, make sure to grab your jacket, hat, gloves and an umbrella before you head out.  I'm forecasting increasing clouds by late evening.  Those clouds will then give way to spotty showers by the overnight hours into early Sunday morning.  As you're heading off to worship services, make sure to check the radar to see if any isolated rainfall is overhead.  I'm anticipating the clouds to being to thin out as we work our way into the afternoon hours on your Sunday.  Overnight lows should plummet into the low 40s this evening with temps rebounding into the mid 50s (a good 15 degrees below normal) by Sunday afternoon.

Sunday night into early Monday morning, a few of us may wake up to areas of frost.  Sunday night temps into early Monday morning will dive to within just a few degrees of freezing.  

Join us Saturday night at 7pm for a look at your full forecast - see you then! 

We're clear & cool this afternoon...more on near freezing temps this weekend on @ABC36Lexington News at 7pm! #KyWx http://t.co/YeAeviqO
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