LEXINGTON, Ky. (WKYT) – Although temperatures remain well below average over the next few days, dry weather supports the forecast for much of next week.
For tonight and tonight, cold temperatures will persist as we move through the 30s to 20s overnight. Clear skies and dry weather will also continue tonight with light to moderate winds. These winds could add a bit of wind chill, making it even colder at night.
By Saturday morning temperatures will start the day in the mid-1920s with freezing conditions. Fortunately, sunny skies will be present throughout the day, with more southerly winds taking over. Although temperatures remain below average, we will still see highs reaching the mid 1940s, with some 1950s appearing in the southern and western regions.
Another system will dive on Sunday; however, the chances of rain will remain mainly in the north and east of our region. This system will also bring further cooling in the lower 40s for Sunday and Monday, but the silver lining is that a warming trend will return for the middle and second half of next week. Highs could reach the 1950s and close to the 1960s by the end of next week before another system brings rain and winter weather back to forecast.
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