Keeping a close eye on snow potential

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What a weekend we just went through with the temperatures and we all stayed dry! We even set a record high in Jackson at 85° on Sunday. We just missed the record of 84° in Lexington, but still reach 83°. Just as mother nature would have it we are looking at major changes the next few days.

Highs today reach the low to mid 70s with scattered showers and a few rumbles of thunder. Once we head into the night we are looking for really cold air to filter in behind the front. This will interact with the moisture lagging behind. Once that happens we will be looking a snow showers in the forecast. This comes during the morning hours where many of us wake up to snow. Little to no accumulation possible with grassy surfaces having the best chance to be covered. After this moves out our focus turns toward Tuesday night into Wednesday morning where a freeze is likely.

We will see improving weather as head move passed Wednesday. Easter weekend doesn't look too bad. There is a slight shower chance right now with highs in the upper 50s to low 60s.

Meteorologist Micah Harris

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