An active wind from the south will deliver unseasonably mild air today, rapidly helping temperatures recover from a cold start, into the middle 50s this afternoon under partly sunny skies. Tuesday will be even milder with highs near 60, but some rain showers will arrive on Tuesday evening and expand in coverage across the area on Wednesday. Low pressure will exit to the east on Thursday morning, causing rain showers to end early in the day. A second storm system will arrive on Friday evening with rain showers that will increase and become more widespread on Saturday. It is possible that a wintry mix occurs in northern Kentucky on Saturday while the rest of the area sees rain. On the back end of the storm system, the entire area will turn colder, and rain showers will likely mix with and change to snow showers on Saturday night or early on Sunday before precipitation ends, and temperatures transition from above normal to below normal.