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First Round of Rain Arrives, 60s on the Way

Reported by: Mark Stitz
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Updated: 1/27/2013 11:28 pm
Update: As we approach midnight, most of the rainfall has moved east into eastern Kentucky. Other areas could still see a stray shower by early Monday morning. As of 11 p.m. Sunday, Lexington has picked up .17" of rain. Temperatures are declining very gradually and are approaching 40° around the Bluegrass.

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Light to heavy rainfall has entered Central Kentucky and is pushing further east. A warm front is also pushing through tonight, and will help pump in much warmer air the next couple of days. Temperatures on Monday morning will only fall to near 40°. Most rain will end by the morning commute.

The warm air continues to push in from the south on Monday, with temperatures climbing up to the mid 50s. A second round of rain is expected Monday afternoon.

A majority of Tuesday will be dry with highs in the mid 60s!

Our next cold front will bring thunderstorms and colder air Wednesday morning.

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