Feb 1, 2013 7:44 AM by Stormtracker Meteorologist Tom Ackerman
A wintry pattern has settled in for the weekend and after our overnight shot of snow we'll see sunshine Friday but it will stay bitterly cold. It was a frigid Friday morning with our coldest low of the season so far in Lexington with single digit temperatures and a sub zero wind chill. A gusty northwest wind will back off slightly Friday afternoon but highs will only top out in the upper teens to low 20s with a single digit wind chill.
After dropping to the low to mid teens Friday night another clipper (fast moving low) dives through the Ohio Valley bringing more light snow chances Saturday. Snow will start over southern Indiana and Ohio early Saturday morning and spread into the Bluegrass and southeastern counties through the morning and early afternoon with another 1-2" possible. We're still around freezing Sunday with the cold lingering through the weekend.