Snow Exits, Warmth Returns For Valentine's Day

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Updated: 2/13/2013 11:26 pm
Midnight Update: All snow showers are long gone out of Kentucky now. Even the skies are clearing quickly from northwest to southeast. Temperatures have already cooled into the low and mid 30s across the region tonight. After a chilly morning, enjoy the warm, but breezy Valentine's afternoon!
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The remaining snow has pushed east out of Kentucky. We may see a few flurries tonight, but will otherwise stay dry. Skies will begin to clear this evening. By morning, temperatures will be in the low to mid 30s.

We will see more clouds than sunshine Thursday for your Valentine's Day along with a nice warm-up! Temperatures will climb into the low 50s here in the Bluegrass. Southern Kentucky could see mid 50s by late afternoon.

Clouds build back in for Friday as we start to cool back down. We will start the last day of the work week in the low 30s and only climb into the low 40s with mostly cloudy skies.
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