The unusually high temperatures in Central Kentucky on Sunday don't plan to stick around for the rest of the week.
The high temperature on Sunday in Lexington was 61 degrees — 14 degrees above normal, said Joe Ammerman, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service in Louisville.
No records were broken in Central Kentucky. In Lexington, the record temperature for the day is 71, set in 1874.
On Monday, a cold front will arrive in Lexington with the high reaching about 48 degrees, Ammerman said.
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"After that it's kind of all downhill," he said.
Tuesday's high is expected to be about 36 degrees.
He said there could be a few snow flurries on Tuesday, but no accumulation is expected.