Wintry Mix Expected After A Cold Monday

Reported by: Mark Stitz
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Updated: 11/24/2013 11:48 pm
Midnight Update: Most cities are still in the low 20s for now, but Irvine, Prestonsburg, and Morehead have already fallen into the upper teens.

More clouds are starting to build in and will continue to increase in coverage across the region by Monday morning.
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Dress in layers with a warm hat Monday morning as temperatures will be starting the day in the upper teens. As we cool off overnight, more clouds will build into the region.

Even with mostly cloudy skies Monday afternoon, we'll be a little warmer than Sunday. Afternoon highs will be in the upper 30s with the help of southwesterly winds between 5 and 10 miles per hour.

Rain will arrive Monday night and could transition into freezing rain or sleet by the Tuesday morning commute.

As we warm up Tuesday afternoon, we will likely switch back to rain for most of the day.

Tuesday night, we should see the switch back to a wintry mix and eventually into snow. Accumulations appear to be minor for now and may only occur east of Lexington.

There is a lot of uncertainty with this storm right now, so this could change as it continues to develop Monday afternoon.
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