Good Wednesday evening, gang. Lexington set a record low of -6 this morning and that’s the first wintertime record low since February, 1996. More bitterly cold air continues to pour into the state and that’s a trend that shows no signs of letting up.
Another blast arrives tonight with a period of light snow. Readings by morning will be around 0 or a touch below… wind chill readings will reach -15 at times. A Wind Chill Advisory is now out through Thursday…
Highs Thursday may not get out of the single digits for some areas. Lows by Friday morning head toward 0 or a bit below.
The next snow maker arrives late Friday night into Sunday with accumulations likely.