A taste of winter has returned to the bluegrass state with a fresh blast of very cold air and even a few snowflakes. This continues to be part of a supercharged weather pattern that shows little signs of going away anytime soon.
Saturday morning starts with upper teens and low 20s with a partly cloudy sky. The afternoon will look good, but won’t feel that nice with highs only upper 30s and low 40s, again.
Sunday looks better with highs reaching the 50s on a very gusty wind. Clouds will increase and some showers may develop Sunday night and carry us into Monday
Tuesday into Wednesday will find temps on the increase and could reach the 60s and could even flirt with 70 at some point. That’s ahead of another cold front that pushes in by Thursday with another chance for rain.
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