Frigid Air Returns Sunday Night

Frigid Air Returns Sunday Night

A cold front will push through Kentucky Sunday night. A few areas could see a light wintry mix, but most of us will stay dry.
Midnight Update: The cold front has pushed through most of central Kentucky as of midnight and is pushing into southern and eastern Kentucky. Expect some drizzle and breezy winds as the front passes. A few isolated pockets of light sleet and snow will still be possible tonight behind the front.

Temperatures have fallen into the low and mid 30s behind the front with Lexington at 33°. Ahead of the front, cities like London are still in the low 40s.

Meteorologist Michael Estime will update you on this cold blast of air starting at 5 a.m. on ABC 36's Good Morning Kentucky.

Forecast: A strong cold front will push through Kentucky Sunday night, bringing below-average temperatures back to the region. As the front passes, expect breezy winds and some drizzle. A few pockets of a light wintry mix will also be possible behind the front tonight, but will likely not cause any travel issues. Most areas will remain dry with mostly cloudy skies. Temperatures will fall into the mid 20s by morning.

Colder air will continue to push in Monday afternoon, holding temperatures back in the mid 30s during the day. Skies will begin to clear late in the morning, making for increasing sunshine in the afternoon.

Skies will stay mostly clear Tuesday afternoon for your last day of 2013, with highs in the mid to upper 30s.

Our first day of 2014 will be slightly warmer. We'll start January 1st in the mid 20s, but climb into the mid 40s in the afternoon with a mix of sun and clouds.

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