The Ever-Changing Forecast

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Updated: 3/17/2013 7:04 pm
The temperature continues fluctuating, with chilly overnight lows at 36 degrees and near 61 by Monday. Tonight as the Winter Weather Advisory expires for our far northern counties, rain will cover the state from north to south with a quarter to a half of an inch of rainfall through the overnight. Rain continues through Monday evening as rainfall totals will reach 1.00".  Mostly cloudy throughout your Monday with chances for isolated thunderstorms after breakfast for most of the Bluegrass.  High winds out of the south at 10-15 mph with gusts near 25.  Main threats for Monday depend on how quickly the temperature warms up, but high winds and hail are expected with lightning chances throughout the morning and afternoon.  Most of the models are in agreement about inceasing temperatures on Monday with southerly air flow which could kick off some storm chances after breakfast. 
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