Tonight mostly clear skies will allow heat to escape back into the atmosphere and keep temperatures at the surface in the lower 20s. Also, winds are breezy out of the west at 5-15 mph. With temps on the colder side and wind speed up, wind chill will drop into the teens for the overnight. You won't want to rule out fog and patchy frost through the morning hours. Your Saturday begins chilly, but ends in the upper 30s with some sun. Clouds will be on the increase for Saturday with a slight chance of light rain/snow mix late Saturday night mostly for northern and eastern Kentucky. Most of us will remain dry across the Bluegrass. On Sunday, temps as warm as low 40s. Keeping with a 20 percent chance of light rain/snow mix, but again most of us stay dry. A warm up continues through mid-week with temps nearing the 50 degree mark by Wednesday and Thursday.