From Meteorologist Molly McCollum:
Clear and VERY COLD
Lows: -2 to 5 (Wind Chills: -5 to 5)
Wind: S 5-10 mph
It will be another bitterly cold morning in Green Country, however with the winds less than 5 mph, our wind chills will not be as low as yesterday. We'll start off this morning in the single digits. Give yourself extra time this morning to scrape frost off your windshield and to warm up your car. After a very cold start, sunny skies and southerly winds will allow for highs in the low to mid 30s. This is the beginning of a warming trend that will eventually bring us 60s by Saturday afternoon.
Thursday morning expect clear skies and temperatures to start off the day near 20. By Thursday afternoon highs will be in the mid to upper 40s with a breezy south wind.
We are closely watching a system that will move in Saturday night into Sunday that will bring rain and potentially a few thunderstorms.
Today's Record Temperatures