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Jim Caldwell's Forecast | Some much needed drying out

Jim Caldwell's forecast | Feb. 12, 2018

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WDKY) - After a weekend filled with very heavy rain, we settle down for a couple of days.

The early morning wintry precipitation is the last remaining element of the weekend system. It is not the final round of any precipitation of the week. We will track even more for the middle of the week. Today, you will find a chill in the air and overall quiet conditions.

A shot of spring-like warmth will be here on Tuesday. We'll find highs running in the 50s and 60s beginning Tuesday and lasting through the end of the week. Along the way we will pick up on some showers on Wednesday and those will stick around the rest of the week. It stays very wet! While it shouldn't be a washout the entire time, you will have at least a chance each day.

Another strong cold front will be blasting across the country and into Kentucky by the end of the week. Friday has the potential to bring one of those wild set-ups. It looks like one of those days that could begin with highs in the 60s very early in the morning and then temps crash. While this is happening... we go from rain to snow! Again, we have another decent system to watch as the end of the week closes in on us.

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