Jan 21, 2013 9:08 AM
(AP) - Kentucky temperatures are tumbling and some spots might not get above freezing for most of the week.
The National Weather Service predicts Louisville will reach a high of 29 degrees Monday before falling to 12 degrees overnight.
At Paducah, the extremes are expected to be 33 and 15 degrees while Jackson expects 34 and 11. Pikeville should be a bit warmer, with a Monday high of 41 and an overnight low of 14. Lexington has an expectation of 30 and 9 degrees.
By late in the week, sleet or a wintry mix of precipitation is expected, with northern Kentucky likely to get snow on Thursday night.
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