Spring doesn’t officially begin until March 20 but you wouldn’t know it based on the number of blooming trees and flowers in Central Kentucky.
Lexington set a new record high for the day of 79 degrees. In Frankfort, it got up to 80 degrees, which ties the all-time February high set in 1932, the National Weather Service in Louisville said.
Chris Bailey, chief meteorologist for WKYT, says much colder air moves in for Saturday, with a threat of a few snow flurries. Highs will only be in the upper 30s to low 40s.
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