Showers Exit Eastern KY, Sun to Slowly Return

Showers Exit Eastern KY, Sun to Slowly Return

Groundhog Day will feature a few leftover showers in far eastern Kentucky early, but sun will slowly return and it will remain mild.
The final rain showers are quickly exiting eastern Kentucky early today, but some low clouds and patchy fog will linger for a few additional hours before clearing reveals some afternoon sunshine.  It will remain mild, with highs in the lower to middle 50s today.  Friday will be a even milder, with highs in the upper 50s.  Most of Friday will be dry, but some scattered showers will reach our western counties in the evening, eventually overspreading the area and evolving into a widespread, soaking rain for Saturday.  Leftover, lighter showers will linger on Sunday with highs still near 50.  Chillier air will arrive during the early to middle part of next week.  The final few showers on Monday may mix with a few snow showers, but no significant impact is anticipated.  High pressure will keep the entire area dry and bright on Tuesday, before the next low pressure system approaches and produces rain showers late on Wednesday.
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