Fog Develops Tonight, With Seasonal Temperatures Ahead

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Updated: 3/17 11:29 pm
Midnight Update:  Visibilities have been reducing in southern parts of Kentucky, yet we are expecting more fog to develop through Tuesday morning.  With temperatures around the freezing mark, freezing fog may also develop, which could create some icy patches.  Tuesday morning will start off foggy and mostly cloudy, with increasing sunshine through the afternoon, with a high of 58 degrees.  The chance for rain returns on Wednesday, with scattered rain showers, especially around midday.  Wednesday high temperatures will be around 55 degrees.  Our first official day of spring is Thursday, with mostly sunny skies and a high of 56 degrees.  Friday will be our warmest day of the week, with mostly sunny skies and a high of 66 degrees. 
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The Lexington Airport received 0.5” of snow from Sunday night, and has now picked up 5.5” of snow for March, and 24.8” since November 2013. Clouds will linger early tonight, with fog developing overnight. Seasonal temperatures return for the rest of the week, with a few chances for rain.

TONIGHT: With lingering moisture across Kentucky, fog is expected to develop overnight and into the morning hours of Tuesday. With overnight low temperatures around 30 degrees, freezing fog will be possible, which may create some frosty or icy patches. Overnight low temperatures will be around 30 degrees.

TUESDAY: After morning fog, sunshine will increase into Tuesday afternoon, with high temperatures around 58 degrees.

TUESDAY NIGHT: Clouds will increase overnight Tuesday into Wednesday, with low temperatures around 45 degrees by Wednesday morning.

WEDNESDAY: A cold front will move through Kentucky on Wednesday, bringing the chance for scattered rain showers and breezy conditions. Wednesday high temperatures will be around 55 degrees.

THURSDAY: Our first official day of spring is Thursday, with mostly sunny skies and a high of 56 degrees.

FRIDAY: Our warmest day of the week will be Friday, with mostly sunny skies and a high temperature of 66 degrees.

WEEKEND: Another cold front will move through on Saturday, bringing another chance for scattered rain showers and a few isolated thunderstorms. Saturday high temperatures will be around 57 degrees. Sunday will be partly cloudy and cooler, with a high of 46 degrees. Temperatures will stay chilly for the start of next week, with partly cloudy skies and highs in the upper 40s for Monday and Tuesday of next week.


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