Most areas received around 1/3rd of an inch of rain this morning, bumping Lexington a bit closer to the all time annual rainfall record. Temperatures will waver in the upper 50s and lower 60s this afternoon before colder and slightly drier air will follow tonight. A new low pressure system will pass to our south tomorrow, and while most areas along and north of I-64 will be dry, a second batch of rain showers will cross southern Kentucky. A few sleet pellets or snowflakes may mix with the showers in southern Kentucky before ending on Friday afternoon or evening. The weekend will be seasonably chilly and bright, before readings climb back into the upper 40s for highs as rain returns early next week. Colder air will follow on the heels of that system, and a few light snowflakes may fly as the storm system departs next Wednesday afternoon.