Record Warmth As Winter Officially Ends

Record Warmth As Winter Officially Ends

While parts of the western US continue to get slammed with snow, highs today should break records in Kentucky.
The first half of the week will feature near-record warmth with highs in the lower 80s.  Today's record high in Lexington is 79°, initially set in 1907, then tied in 1945.  We should blast past that to 81°.  Most areas will stay dry today, tomorrow and Wednesday, although a very isolated thunderstorm or two will be possible each afternoon, with the most likely storms today to the north of I-64.  Thunderstorms will become more widespread late in the week and into the weekend as temperatures cool down, thanks to a cold front.
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