Wind Advisories, Rain, & Snow For Wednesday

Reported by: Jason Myers
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Updated: 3/11 11:31 pm
Midnight Update:  Light, scattered rain showers have developed early tonight, with more rain lingering into the early morning hours of Wednesday.  We will have scattered rain showers and isolated thunderstorms to start off your Wednesday, with morning temperatures in the 50s.  A few thunderstorms could contain gusty winds and small hail.  Colder air quickly moves in by your Wednesday afternoon, with temperatures dropping into the lower 30s by 5pm Wednesday.  Rain will transition to a rain-snow mix to snow as we continue through the afternoon hours of Wednesday.  A Wind Advisory continues for all of Central and Eastern Kentucky through the day Wednesday, with wind gusts up to 45 mph possible.  The colder air continues to move in Wednesday night into Thursday morning, with temperatures around 15 degrees by daybreak Thursday.  Thursday high temperatures will only reach the mid 30s, with more sunshine returning.  Seasonal temperatures return by Friday and into the weekend, with highs back in the lower 50s. 
A Wind Advisory is in effect for Central and Eastern Kentucky, from 8am to 8pm Wednesday, with wind gusts up to 45 mph possible. Rain showers and a few isolated thunderstorms will be possible tonight, with a wintry mix to snow possible by Wednesday afternoon and evening. Temperatures will start off in the 50s Wednesday morning, and fall into the 30s by Wednesday afternoon.

TONIGHT: Clouds will increase early tonight, with rain and thunderstorms possible after midnight and into early Wednesday. Overnight low temperatures will fall to around 55 degrees.

WEDNESDAY: Wednesday morning will start off in the 50s with rain possible, with falling temperatures through the day. Temperatures will be in the 30s by Wednesday afternoon, with the chance for a rain-snow mix to snow possible. Snowfall accumulations are expected to be light, with only a dusting. Winds will turn out of the northwest and gust up to 45 mph by Wednesday afternoon, bringing in the colder air.

WEDNESDAY NIGHT: Light snow showers will taper off, with only a dusting. Any wet or slushy accumulations could become slick by early Thursday morning, as morning low temperatures fall to around 15 degrees.

THURSDAY: Our chilly weather will continue for Thursday, with more sunshine returning by Thursday afternoon, with a high of 35 degrees.

FRIDAY: After a cold midweek, more seasonal temperatures return by Friday, as winds turn out of the south, and help temperatures warm to around 56 degrees by Friday afternoon.

WEEKEND: Temperatures will be around 53 degrees for Saturday, with the chance for scattered rain showers, as a cold front moves through. Sunday will be a little cooler, with a high of 50 degrees, and the chance for a little rain.

NEXT WEEK: Temperatures will be in the lower 40s for St. Patrick’s Day Monday, with the chance for a little wintry mix. Seasonal temperatures return by next Tuesday, with highs around 54 degrees.

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