Single Digit Temperatures Arrive

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Updated: 1/21/2013 11:29 pm
Update: Temperatures are falling quickly this evening! At 11:30 tonight, Lexington has already fallen to 19° with a wind chill of 3°. Bundle up in multiple layers and cover up as much exposed skin as possible if you have to be outside the next couple of days! The actual temperature, before factoring in the wind, is still expected to be in the single digits in many areas Tuesday morning. Stay warm!!

Meteorologist Michael Estime will have the latest on this arctic cold starting at 5 a.m. on Good Morning Kentucky.

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Arctic air has arrived in Kentucky and by Tuesday morning we will have single digit temperatures in the region. Lexington could dip to 8° by morning with partly cloudy skies overnight. Wind chills will be near 0° or even lower.

We will only rebound into the low 20s on Tuesday afternoon with winds up to 10mph out of the west. Skies will be mostly sunny.

We will flirt with the single digit cold again on Wednesday morning. Bundle up!!
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