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Frigid Temperatures Continue Overnight

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Updated: 3/03 11:49 pm
Midnight Update:  With clear skies, light winds, and the snowpack on the ground, temperatures have been falling quickly tonight, with temperatures in the single digits and sub-zero wind chills already being reported in Lexington.  Overnight low temperatures will be around 5 degrees for Tuesday, with wind chills around -5 degrees.  Tuesday high temperatures do not get above freezing through the afternoon, with a high of only 30 degrees.  Skies will generally stay partly cloudy Tuesday through Wednesday.  A slight warming trend will develop for the rest of the week, with highs in the upper 30s to near 40 degrees on Wednesday, lower 40s for Thursday, and around 50 degrees for Friday.  There will be a chance for a few rain showers on Thursday, and again for late Saturday into early Sunday as a cold front drops into Kentucky.  Saturday high temperatures will be around 51 degrees, with a high of 43 degrees for Sunday. 
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We will have frigid temperatures overnight, with a milder temperature trend for the end of the week. Slick spots will continue to be an issue on any untreated surfaces, as temperatures will not get above freezing until Wednesday afternoon.

TONIGHT: We will have mostly clear skies overnight, with low temperatures around 5 degrees by Tuesday morning. Wind chills will be around -5 degrees at times, with light northeasterly winds.

TUESDAY: We will have partly to mostly sunny skies for your Tuesday, with a chilly high of 30 degrees.

WEDNESDAY: Temperatures will start off around 17 degrees Wednesday morning, with a Wednesday afternoon high temperature of 39 degrees. Skies will generally stay partly sunny.

THURSDAY: Mostly cloudy skies will develop through your Thursday, with a slight chance for rain by late in the day. Thursday afternoon high temperatures will be around 42 degrees.

FRIDAY: Temperatures will be back to more seasonal highs, with a high of 50 degrees Friday afternoon, under partly sunny skies.

WEEKEND: We will have a seasonal high temperature of 51 degrees Saturday afternoon, with increasing clouds through the day. A cold front will approach and move through Kentucky late Saturday into early Sunday, bringing a chance for rain showers Saturday evening, with a little wintry mix possible into early Sunday. Sunday morning low temperatures will be around 31 degrees, with a high of 43 degrees Sunday afternoon.

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