Jim Caldwell's Forecast | Pattern settles down for a couple of days

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LEXINGTON, Ky. (WKYT) - This may seem hard to believe, but I am not tracking anything wintry for today.

For the first time this week, nothing wintry is working into the area today. Every single day of this first full week of February has included something wintry. This one does not! It will remain rather quiet today and even tomorrow. Temperatures will remain on the chilly side. Most of us will see highs around the low to mid 30s.

Before the next major player rolls into Kentucky, a big push of mild air will roll into Kentucky. Most of us will see highs jump back into the 50s. There is a strong indication that we could even see mid to upper 50s by Friday afternoon. Enjoy!

The system that is responsible for the warm-up will also bring the next round of rain. Showers will begin moving in during the morning hours on Saturday. So I think that will keep our highs down just a little bit. Probably running around the upper 40s and low 50s. Rain becomes a little more widespread during the afternoon and evening hours. It will also lead us to another shot of some cooler air, but that cooler air is having a hard time sticking around. We'll keep a close track on that!

Thursday's last too long. Make it work until Friday arrives :)

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