Lexington hits new record low temperatures

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Lexington experienced two new record low temperatures over the weekend and into Monday. The city hit a low temperature of 35 degrees this morning (Monday, May 11th), tying the 1945 record of 35 degrees. This comes after a record-breaking Saturday morning low temperature of 29 degrees over the weekend on May 9th. That low broke the previous record of 31 degrees set in 1923 for the same day.

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This week will continue to start with highs about 20 degrees below normal. We start dry, with rain showers and warmer temperatures by the end of the week.

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