Adam Burniston's Forecast | Wintry mix coming in for Super Bowl weekend

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WKYT) - Cold temperatures continue with a rain and snow mix coming in for Super Bowl Sunday.

We start out the weekend with another frigid morning on this Saturday morning. Temperatures are running in the mid to upper teens all across the commonwealth with some light winds bring in some colder wind chill values as well. Skies will remain clear for portions of the morning, but then we will see clouds increasing throughout the afternoon and into the evening. Highs today will reach into the mid to upper 30s with dry weather sticking around for the day. Then things change into the overnight hours.

Heading into the early morning hours of Sunday, a wintry mix starts to move in from the west. Most of Kentucky will first see snow, but by the later morning hours we'll be split between rain and snow. The northern half of our region will be dealing with snow into the afternoon while southern Kentucky deals with rain. This line will likely vary even as we get into tomorrow due to temperatures being right on the line between freezing and just above. By the afternoon, the first batch will be moved out, but by the evening another round of snow enters back into the area. Weather you see more rain, snow, or a mix, you'll need to drive extra cautiously our on the roads.

As we continue back into the work and school week, we will unfortunately be on a roller coaster ride of weather. We keep snow chances around for the first half of the week with highs around freezing and lows into the teens. By the second half of the work week, things try to dry out and warm up a bit, but by the end of the week we're looking at snow chances and another cool down.



 
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