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Rain showers that slowly push through Kentucky Sunday have all moved east and we are left with mostly cloudy skies for your Presidents Day.
A low pressure disturbance will send increasing clouds cover across the Bluegrass tonight and off and on rain showers possible throughout the day on Sunday.
A low pressure center attached to a cold front to the north west of the Bluegrass will stall out over the Ohio valley for the next 24 hours sending warm moist air toward Kentucky along with plenty of moisture for rain showers.
High pressure continues to bring clear skies across the Bluegrass for Saturday evening; however expect increasing clouds throughout the overnight hours as the first round of precipitation moves in Sunday morning in the form of a rain/snow mix.
After warm and above average temperatures a cold front brought us back to reality and dropped temperatures over 40 degrees in some locations.
The early morning fog burned away fairly quickly thanks to high pressure building in from the north coupled with sunshine.
Light rain showers will linger into the evening hours with areas of dense fog developing across the Bluegrass. Northern Kentucky as the potential of seeing patchy freezing fog with overnight lows dropping below 32 degrees tonight.
A warm front will move through central and eastern Kentucky over the next 24 hours bringing some limited moisture. Temperatures will be cold enough at first to support snowfall but as they slowly warm up the snow will transition into a wintry mix and eventually all rain.
The bitterly cold arctic air will stick around tonight and into Thursday morning for Kentucky. Expect wind chill values to be between -5 to -10 degrees.
Another clipper system in the Midwest will push toward the Bluegrass this evening, slowly increasing the cloud cover and bringing increased chances of isolated snow showers.
A clipper system in the Midwest will push toward the Bluegrass this evening, slowly increasing the cloud cover and bringing an increased chance of isolated snow showers.
A warm front fueled a soggy Saturday across central and eastern Kentucky setting up our busy weekend. Unfortunately winds are not as strong as expected making icy roadways tonight a major concerns as temperatures plummet.
A warm front will move north across the Bluegrass keeping us mostly cloudy tonight and sending raining showers across central and eastern Kentucky for your Saturday.
A warm front moved north across the Bluegrass transitioning the snow showers from the overnight hours into rain. Officially Lexington accumulated 1 inch of snow on the ground at the Bluegrass Airport; however, a majority, if not all will be melted by Sunday with rounds of rain showers continuing tonight and into Sunday.
A warm front moved through the Bluegrass along with a strong southwesterly flow has created some very warm temperatures for our Monday. The second half of the system will move through tonight in the form a cold front bringing breezy conditions and rain showers.
High pressure to the south has cleared out our skies considerable and we will expect clear skies tonight with a bit of patchy fog to develop in some rivers and valleys otherwise calm and cold tonight.
As a low pressure brings the Bluegrass gloomy skies and wet conditions Friday evening our eyes turn to Texas where a strong ridge of high pressure continues to build.
Gloomy and cloudy skies continue at least to start your Thursday as we wait for a stationary front to move east.
Gloomy and cloudy skies continue into 2019 and streams of cloud cover push in the Bluegrass from Texas. A warm front will move north and some rain showers will be possible later this evening in southern Kentucky; however majority of us will stay dry.
After ending 2018 on a wet note, which is how we spent most of 2018 as well, we start 2019 under mostly cloudy skies and will stay this for the next couple of day.