Drier, But Cooler Air Moving In

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Updated: 1/01/2013 11:43 pm
Update: Fog is greatly reducing visibilities across portions of Kentucky. At the midnight hour, visibility has been reduced to a quarter mile in Jackson and down to 3 miles in Lexington. Use extra caution and slow down if you need to head out tonight or early Wednesday morning.
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Light rain is trying to push into Kentucky from our southwest this evening. At best, some areas will see some light rain overnight, possibly with a few wet snow flakes mixing in late in the night. By morning, temperatures will be in the low and mid 20s.

Skies will clear late in the morning, allowing for a mostly sunny afternoon. It will look nice outside, but it will be chilly, with temps only climbing into the mid 30s. Winds will be light through the day.

The rest of the work week is looking chilly and dry.
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