Another Morning In The Teens On The Way

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Updated: 2/20/2013 11:26 pm
Midnight Update: Here we go again! Temperatures have fallen back into the 20s as we begin Thursday. By the Thursday morning commute, it looks like nearly everyone will again be back into the upper teens. Bundle up!

Meteorologist Michael Estime will update you on our next batch of rain and a warmer weekend starting at 5 a.m. on ABC 36 Good Morning Kentucky.
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Lexington fell to 17° Wednesday morning and it looks like we are headed back to the teens Thursday morning. Don't forget to think about your pets, plants, and pipes in this very cold weather! More importantly, it never hurts to check in with you elderly friends and neighbors.

As we head into Thursday afternoon, more clouds will build into the region, but temperatures will manage to rebound slightly higher. The Bluegrass could see mid 30s with southern Kentucky climbing into the upper 30s.

Rain showers will begin to push in Thursday evening and continue into Friday morning. It looks like most of the rain will not freeze, but if a few areas north of Interstate 64 cool more than expected, we could see some freezing rain on some bridges and overpasses for the Friday morning commute in those areas.

Temperatures on Friday will range from the mid 30s in the morning to the mid 50s in the afternoon.
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