Warming Trend Begins Thursday

Reported by: Mark Stitz
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Updated: 3/13/2013 11:52 pm
Midnight Update: Most of the snow has come to an end, but we are still tracking a few patches of light snow south of Interstate 74 and east of Interstate 64. This activity should end in the next couple of hours. Skies are already clearing in central Kentucky with temperatures currently in the upper 20s.
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Light snow will continue to move through the region this evening, but nothing more than a quick dusting will accumulate. Skies will begin to clear overnight as temperatures fall into the low and mid 20s for Thursday morning.

We will start the day with plenty of sunshine, but more clouds will build back in Thursday afternoon. Temperatures will rebound into the mid 40s.

A wintry mix and rain will push in Thursday evening and end by Friday morning.

Our warming trend continues Friday afternoon with highs near 60°!
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