Frigid Cold To Follow Winter Storm

Reported by: Mark Stitz
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Updated: 3/03 1:29 pm
Noon Update: The heavier snow showers have moved into southern and eastern Kentucky and will exit Kentucky by the middle of the afternoon. Central Kentucky is still seeing some very light snowfall, which will not accumulate.

Temperatures remain on the low side. Most cities are in the teens, but with winds up to 15mph, most cities have singe-digit wind chill temperatures.

Skies are clearing to our west near Louisville, with central Kentucky likely seeing some sunshine by the end of the day.

Snow showers will continue to push through central Kentucky at times late this morning. An additional one to two inches will be possible where heavier snow falls late Monday morning. By the early afternoon, the final snow showers will push into southern and eastern Kentucky and should exit Kentucky by the middle of the afternoon.

Breezy winds will be with us through the day, blowing snow back onto roadways and dropping wind chill temperatures into the single digits at times.

While central Kentucky may see some sunshine late in the afternoon, other areas will remain mostly cloudy. Afternoon highs will only reach the low 20s.

Everyone will stay dry Monday night into Tuesday morning, but it will be frigid! Temperatures will drop into the single digits and wind chills will drop below zero.

Expect more sunshine Tuesday afternoon with afternoon highs near 30°.

We will continue to slowly warm back up on Wednesday with mostly sunny skies and highs in the mid 30s.
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