Our winter storm is shattering records. 17.1" of snow feel in Lexington and that's the most ever recorded during a two day snowstorm. We've had 32.1" of snow in the last 17 days.
Thunderstorms developing north of our area will continue to move deeper into Kentucky during the overnight hours. While widespread severe weather isn't anticipated, we could see some stronger storms.
Any of the storms that develop tonight and into Monday could possibly produce some heavy rounds of rain. We still have chances to see some strong or even severe storms as we head into your Monday. Most of these will be strong wind producing thunderstorms. These are all firing up along the first of two cold fronts.
The first cold front will bring the first showers and storms through the overnight hours. It's the same system we were tracking Sunday evening. That first front will take a small bite out of our temperatures. We'll find highs in the lows 80s on Monday.
The second cold front will bring us the taste of Fall that we have been talking about for the past few days. Daytime highs will fall somewhere in the mid 70s. During the nights we could see lows dip all the way down into the low 50s. I wouldn't be shocked to see some lows dip around 48 or 49 degrees. That means record cold temps!