Colder Weather Arriving Soon

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Updated: 1/12/2013 11:27 pm
Update: Most rain has come to an end this evening, but a few locations could still see some light rain overnight. Temperatures are still in the 60s across Central Kentucky and will only fall into the upper 50s by Sunday morning. Remember, winter is returning soon!

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Scattered showers will come to an end this evening. The mild weather continues for now as we are only expecting to drop into the upper 50s by Sunday morning.

Heavier rain will begin to move back in Sunday afternoon ahead of our next cold front. Some localized flooding will be possible. Temps will make it into the low 60s but we will begin to cool down late Sunday afternoon behind the front.

By Monday morning, we will drop back into the upper 20s. Some rain could begin to mix in with snow at this point.

Winter is back in full force Monday afternoon with an afternoon high near 40° expected. A few scattered showers are possible again during the day.
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