LEXINGTON, Ky. (FOX 56) — Not a lot of changes with the forecast as we head through tonight. High passing clouds will increase late as winds turn breezy at times. Otherwise, it’s dry and cold one with lows falling into the upper 20s.
The pick of the week arrives Wednesday! Partly cloudy skies win out with breezy but milder temperatures for the afternoon hours. Southerly winds help usher in a little warmth as highs surge into the upper 40s and lower 50s.
A cold front works into the region Thursday afternoon while bringing some rain and eventually some snow showers to the forecast. This looks to be on the lighter side as far as precipitation amounts are concerned. Behind the front colder air returns with dry skies and highs only in the 30s Friday.
We’re keeping an eye on the weekend system that will bring a chance for some snow both Saturday and Sunday. One thing is for certain, it looks cold with highs staying in the 30s.
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