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Cold Tuesday!

Chilly weather will hang around through Wednesday, before a big warm-up late in the workweek!

LOUISVILLE, Ky. — Clear and cold tonight with lows in the 20s! 

We’ll have a sunny start tomorrow, but clouds will increase in the afternoon, and temperatures will struggle to warm up in the 30s. 

A little disturbance will bring a few light snow showers late tomorrow night and before sunrise Wednesday. No impacts or accumulations expected. 

Warmer weather returns late in the workweek with upper 50s Thursday, then highs near 70° Friday! The warm-up does come with rain. A few showers possible Thursday night, then scattered showers likely on Friday. 

A round of storms possible late Friday night into very early Saturday morning. Rain continues through at least the first half of Saturday. 

Drying out and turning chilly again on Sunday. Definitely an up-and-down pattern with highs in the 30s, 40s, 50s, 60s, and 70s over the next seven days!

FORECAST:

TONIGHT: Clear and cold. Low: 24° Wind: Light N.

TUESDAY: Sunny start, increasing afternoon clouds and cold, slight chance for snow overnight. High: 36°. Wind: Light & Variable.

WEDNESDAY: A few light snow showers before sunrise, then clearing and chilly. High: 45° Wind: W 5-10.

Credit: WHAS11 News
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