What a storm we had yesterday. Some areas reached 2 feet of snow! Lexington finished off at 17.1", which is the largest 2-day snowstorm ever. Things have really calmed down and we look for that to continue for the next few days.
There are some bitterly cold temperatures out there with lows reaching single digits or just below 0°. A dry day in store, but highs in the afternoon only reach the upper 20s.
Come the weekend we stay dry for the most part until Sunday with a slight chance at rain. Look for highs to be above freezing.
Next week our temperatures sky rocket to the 40s, 50s and 60s. That looks like a pattern that I could see being the predominant temperatures from here on out with a cold shot here and there. Hopefully that will be the case.
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