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Floyd County

November 12, 2013

Kevin Harned's forecast calls for lows in teens

LOUISVILLE — High pressure will keep skies clear and temperatures cold overnight. 

Unseasonably cold air across Kentucky and Southern Indiana will push lows into the lower 20s in many places and a few will dip into the teens.

Look for a slow warm up as we bring back southerly winds over the next few days. We'll see highs back in the mid to upper 60s by the weekend.

FORECAST:

Tonight: Clear, cold. Low: 24 (Teens in the suburbs)

Wednesday: Mostly sunny, chilly. High: 45

Thursday: Mostly sunny. High: 54

This article was produced by News and Tribune partner WAVE 3 News.

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