With the thick cloud cover in place and more off and showers, temperatures will remain very mild overnight, in the low 50s.
A front currently draped across southern KY will lift to the north as a warm front Sunday.
This warm front will bring more scattered showers with it by Sunday morning and midday.
A brief lull in activity is expected Sunday afternoon with the warm front north of the Ohio River.
The lull is short lived as a cold front sweeps through late Sunday overnight into Monday morning.
This cold front will bring widespread showers and thunderstorms.
Behind the cold front, temperatures will fall throughout the day Monday.
By late Monday evening rain combined with the colder air, a few flurries may mix in.
Tuesday will be a dramatic change starting in the upper 20s and struggling to hit 40° by afternoon.
A dry period, with a slow warming trend, will take hold through Friday.