Winter White Weather Returns

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Updated: 3/23/2013 9:43 pm
Tonight becomes mostly cloudy after midnight with overnight lows reaching 33 degrees.  Rain moves in from the west for central Kentucky by 2AM.  Some of this moisture could change to sleet for areas north of I-64 as temperatures drop aloft.  Mostly cloudy and rainy throughout Sunday with highs reaching 41 degrees.  Sunday night the moisture changes to a wintry mix and then snow by Monday morning.  Monday tempertures start at 30 degrees, staying below freezing.  This will shift precipitation to widespread snow all day Monday.  We could see 1-4" with highest accumulations north of Lexington and east in higher elevations.  The falling snow becomes a late season snowstorm Monday into Tuesday with blustery conditions.  Winds stay out of the northeast Monday at 15-20 mph with gusts up to 25 mph.  Monday and Tuesday we could be dealing with falling snow and blowing snow with reduced visibilities.  Monday, highs will only get to 37 degrees.
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