Partly Sunny & Seasonal For New Year's Day

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Updated: 12/31/2013 11:27 pm
Midnight Update:  Skies will continue to be mostly clear overnight, with low temperatures around 24 degrees.  We will have a pleasant start to 2014, with partly sunny skies and high temperatures around 45 degrees for Wednesday.  A low pressure system will move across Kentucky on Thursday, bringing a rain-snow mix and snow across the region.  Thursday morning temperatures will start off around 32 degrees, with Thursday afternoon temperatures falling into the mid 20s.  Snowfall accumulations look to range from a dusting to two inches.  There will be a chance for slick spots on the roads Thursday through Friday, with temperatures below freezing.  Friday morning low temperatures will start off around 13 degrees, with Friday afternoon high temperatures only reaching 22 degrees.  Temperatures will be back in the upper 30s for Saturday and Sunday, yet another weather disturbance will bring the chance for snow late Sunday into early Monday.  Arctic air returns through next week, with the coldest air we've experienced in quite some time. 
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Temperatures will be a little milder for New Year’s Day, with the chance for snow by Thursday. An arctic blast of air returns in the extended forecast.

TONIGHT: We will have quiet weather for any New Year’s Eve activities tonight with mostly clear to partly cloud skies and temperatures in the upper 20s around midnight, as we bring in 2014. Overnight low temperatures will be around 24 degrees.

NEW YEAR’S DAY WEDNESDAY: Skies will generally be partly sunny for Wednesday, with temperatures back to around 45 degrees.

THURSDAY: A weather disturbance will move through the region, bringing the chance for a rain-snow mix and snow showers Thursday into Thursday night. Thursday high temperatures will be around 32 degrees in the morning, and fall into the mid to upper 20s during the afternoon.

THURSDAY NIGHT: Snow showers will linger, yet diminish overnight Thursday into Friday, with low temperatures falling to 13 degrees.

FRIDAY: A few lingering snow showers may continue into early Friday morning for areas east of I-75, with mostly sunny skies through the day. Friday will be very cold, with afternoon highs in the low to mid 20s. Any leftover precipitation from Thursday’s snow, with cause concern for slick spots on area roadways Friday.

WEEKEND: Saturday will start off the weekend with mostly sunny skies and a chilly high temperature of 38 degrees. Another weather disturbance will move through on Sunday, bringing another chance for snow showers for late in the day, with high temperatures around 37 degrees.

NEXT WEEK: Frigid temperatures continue through next week, as temperatures look to stay below the freezing mark Sunday night through midweek next week. Single digits and lower teens will be possible for Tuesday and Wednesday mornings. Tuesday afternoon high temperatures will only reach the upper teens to around 20 degrees.

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