Wintry Mix Arrives After Near-Perfect Valentine's Day

Wintry Mix Arrives After Near-Perfect Valentine's Day

Winds will begin to die down this evening as our next cold front moves through. This will make for a cooler Friday with a wintry mix of rain and snow.
Midnight Update: Clouds are starting to push into western Kentucky and should arrive for the morning commute. Outside of a quick isolated sprinkle, we should be dry for the drive/walk into work and school. Temperatures are falling quickly this evening. Lexington is now at 41°, but Monticello has fallen even further to 30°. Bundle up Friday morning, and take the rain gear for later in the day, the wintry mix is still expected Friday afternoon.
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Our next cold front will arrive Thursday night, putting a quick end to the great weather we enjoyed on Valentine's Day. Clouds will build in tonight as temperatures drop to near 30° by morning.

As we head towards Thursday afternoon, a wintry mix will develop and is expected to switch to snow later in the afternoon. We are expecting at most a short-lived dusting on the ground as temperatures will climb to near 40°, well above freezing. When dry, skies will remain mostly cloudy.

We will start Saturday in the low 20s with mostly cloudy skies. Temperatures will only climb to about 32° in the afternoon. A few scattered snow showers will be possible, but no accumulation is expected.
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