Some black ice from re-freezing this early morning
LOUISVILLE, KY (WAVE) - Wide range in temperatures right now from 2 below zero in Campbellsville to the mid-teens in Louisville.
The southwest wind will keep temps up in the city limits, but single digits to around zero in outlying areas where the clear skies and snow pack are driving the numbers down.
Expect a sunny day with some melting taking place as we warm a degree or two either side of the freezing mark.
The wind will remain from the southwest today and will actually ramp up tonight. This will help keep most areas in the teens/20s for lows instead of the single digits.
The warming trend continues on Friday with highs into the 40s.
Clouds will increase over the weekend with sprinkles or a spotty shower possible. The timing of the cold front continues to slow a bit toward midday/afternoon Monday. As a result, our warming over the weekend will be just a tad slower.
We are still expecting highs in the 50s by Sunday and near 60 before the rain Monday. Latest indications due support strong winds on Monday with some thunderstorms possible. So we will monitor that.
It will turn cooler, but not exactly colder, after the front.
Sunny with a decent south wind
Breezy and not as cold
More melting with highs increasing
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