The combination of mostly sunny skies and broad southwest winds between 15 and 20 mph brought temperatures between the mid and upper 50s and the low 60s across central Kentucky today. Southern Indiana counties were able to reach into the mid and upper 50s, as well. Below are two maps with visible satellite imagery overlaid from earlier today. On the first image, notice the areas of white stretching from Elizabethtown, southwestward to Bowling Green. The areas of white are actually where snow was still on the ground at 930 AM EST. On the second image, which is at 330 PM EST, the snow has completely disappeared. The third image depicts temperatures at 330 PM EST from the Kentucky Mesonet. Notice that despite the snow cover on the ground, temperatures were able to climb into the lower 60s in southern Kentucky!