Wet then Windy then Cold (With Flurries)

Wet then Windy then Cold (With Flurries)

After a mild midweek, a strong system will move through Thursday and bring big changes, including the chance for flurries.
A Wind Advisory will begin Thursday morning and last until Friday morning. Sustained winds will be between 20 and 30 mph, with gusts up to 45 mph.

Clouds will continue to move in from the west tonight as temperatures remain mild. Overnight lows will only drop into the upper 40s as south winds increase to 8 to 15 mph. A dry overnight is expected.

Ahead of a strong cold front, a band of moderate to heavy rain will move into the region for the late morning on Thursday. Rain will continue into the midday and afternoon, with rainfall totals expected around 0.50"-0.75". Isolated locations may receive up to 1" of rain. A stray storm or two will also be possible.

After the rain ends, a strong cold front will move from west to east across the region. Strong winds will accompany the front, gusting to 40 or 45 mph through Thursday evening.

By Thursday evening, cold air wrapping into the region will transition a few light showers into flurries. Overnight flurries will be common for locations north and east of the Bluegrass and high elevations of eastern Kentucky through Friday morning.

Tune into ABC 36 for the latest.
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