Heavy Snow Thursday. The Warning Area Expands

The snow track has shifted north a bit.  Lexington went from 1″-3″, to now 3-5″.  As you work your way south of Lexington, areas far southeast could see 7″ of snow.  Isolated areas may be close to 9″.  Very cold air will follow for Friday.  It will feel like Zero to -5 as you start your Friday.  On the upside, our cold doesn’t look to be long-term.  We rebound Saturday.  Rain Saturday night into Sunday.

Remember your Pets, Plants & Pipes.

Driving: Watch out for plows.  Keep a safe distance.  Black ice is likely in spots, especially Friday.

 

Tonight: Skies cloud up.  A chilly low in the low 20s is ahead.

Thursday: Snow moves in early afternoon.  A 100% chance of snow.  a High of only 28.

Thursday night: Behind the snowy system, winds from the northwest and the temperatures will plunge.  A low near 10.  Wind chills -5 to zero to start Friday

Friday should end up sunny and cold.  A high of 24.

Saturday: we rebound.  Mostly sunny and a high of 44.

Rain Saturday night.  90% chance.  A low of 39.

Sunday: Shower chances at 80% and we could see a high of 52.

Monday: cold behind Sunday’s system.  Fairly sunny and 33.

Tuesday: Sunny and 35.

Wednesday: Mostly sunny and a high of 45.

 

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