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January 29, 2013

Pulaski will likely be greeted by storms, wind Wednesday morning


Somerset —

Strong storms will be felt all over the Commonwealth, with Kentucky Emergency Management officials projecting the worst to have hit over the night already. Winds are expected to subside in the east tonight, according to the Associated Press.
The weather gets weirder later on as the NWS has a slight chance of rain — and possibly even snow showers — could occur over the night Wednesday, then after a breezy Thursday, snow is considered “likely” late Thursday night. Friday is expected to be mostly sunny but cold, with a high of 31 degrees, and then snow is a possibility again on Sunday, with a 20 percent chance of precipitation.

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