Stuff has finally stopped falling out of the sky, and it should stay that way through the weekend. However, the one two punch of winter hits again tonight with bitterly cold readings. With the fresh snow cover and a clear to partly cloudy sky our lows our heading to the low single digits with some places even dropping below zero. We'll be partly sunny Saturday with highs in the upper 20's, making it the 11th straight day of temperatures below freezing.
The streak will stop on Sunday making it one of the top 10 longest in Lexington weather history. The clouds will increase Sunday with highs getting close to 40. We'll see rain, and yes it will be rain, arriving late Sunday night and lasting through Monday with highs again right around 40.
The real thaw gets going on Tuesday as we get the sun back and highs in the mid 40s, which is almost normal. Tuesday and Wednesday will be the best days with more sun and temperatures into the 50s! A chance for mixing showers returns late week with temperatures dropping again into the 30s.