After a bitterly cold start, the sunshine and mid 30s were welcome this afternoon and allowed some of the snow to melt away.
Clear skies will allow temperatures to dip into the upper teens overnight before cloud cover thickens Monday.
Gulf moisture will begin to pool in Monday evening, eventually bringing more precipitation to the area overnight Monday into Valentine's Day.
Temperatures will start out below freezing, so the onset of precipitation will likely begin as all snow.
As temperatures warm throughout the morning and afternoon Tuesday, the snow will change to a mix of sleet, possibly some freezing rain, and eventually all rain.
The greatest chance for accumulating snowfall will be in the northern portions of the Bluegrass, with around a 1/2 - 1 inch possible.
We'll dry out late Tuesday into Wednesday morning before our next system arrives Wednesday night with more rain.