Posted: Mar 20, 2013 3:36 PM by Meteorologist Ian Oliver
We've got a real weak cold front pushing through the Commonwealth this afternoon. It hasn't brought much more than some extra clouds, a few showers in western KY and a reinforcing shot of some even COLDER air. As skies clear back out later this evening, overnight low temperatures will plummet into the upper teens - which is in the ballpark of the all-time record low temperature for tonight (15 degrees set back in 1986). With high pressure building back into the region for Thursday, we'll enjoy plenty of sunshine... but not a whole lot of warmth. High temperatures will run about 20 degrees below average for this time of year in the mid 30s.