Record-Breaking Heat Invades The Bluegrass

Just days after bitter cold gripped the bluegrass, we've broken a record for heat!

In Lexington, temperatures shot up into the upper sixties on Monday, hitting seventy at around four in the afternoon. That breaks the record of 68 degrees, set back in 1907.

Plenty of people were out and about on Monday, enjoying this taste of spring before the snow and cold return.

Cold weather is expected to creep back in by the upcoming weekend.


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  • by Dave Location: Garden Springs on Jan 8, 2008 at 10:06 AM
    Guess I better go get me some of those algore (one word) bulbs and do my part to stop the nice weather. Might get me a granola bar also.
  • by Steve Location: Lexington on Jan 7, 2008 at 03:07 PM
    Great! Everyone will be sick now because of the wacky weather. Stop polluting the air and maybe a normal pattern will eventually return.

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