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Cooler And Breezy As Spring Begins

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Updated: 3/19/2013 11:32 pm
A Flood Warning continues for the Licking River in Nicholas County. The Licking River at Blue Licks Spring remains about half a foot above flood stage, but is dropping. The National Weather Service expects the river to fall back below flood stage Wednesday morning.
Stoner Creek in Bourbon County, near Paris, fell back below flood stage Tuesday evening.


Midnight Update: A few clouds are building back in across Kentucky tonight, but won't produce any rain. All our local cities have fallen into the mid and upper 30s now, with Lexington currently sitting at 38°.

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Spring begins at 7:02 Wednesday morning, but temperatures will be in the upper 20s at the time!

Winds will pick back up Wednesday afternoon with highs only reaching the low 40s with a mix of sun and clouds. A wintry mix will be possible in the afternoon in evening. The light rain mixed with wet snow at times will be scattered, with some areas staying dry.

Cooler air continues to build in on Thursday. We will start the day in the upper teens and will only climb into the mid 30s later in the day. We will stay dry with mostly sunny skies.
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