We're wrapping up another cold and wintry day in the bluegrass state. Skies will continue to clear across the region tonight and that will allow temps to tank. Many of us will see readings in the mid and upper teens by Wednesday morning. The rest of the day looks great with partly sunny skies and temps hitting the upper 30s and low 40s.
A clipper zips in here on Thursday and brings another round of ugly with it. Gusty showers will change to snow showers by Thursday evening and that will carry us into Friday. A small accumulation will be possible. Highs on Friday will only be in the upper 20s to near 30.
Super Bowl Weekend will see another storm system making a run at the bluegrass state. This one may bring wintry weather our way from Saturday night into Sunday. That's one to keep an eye on.
Arctic cold settles in behind that for early next week.
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