The arctic front passed through the Bluegrass overnight, bring light snow accumulations to Central and Eastern Kentucky.
Along with some snowfall, the front ushered in bitterly cold temperatures and blustery Northwest winds.
With cloud cover decreasing overnight, temperatures will quickly plummet into the low teens by Sunday morning.
Fleeting flurries will linger throughout the Bluegrass and some light snow showers in Eastern Kentucky.
Any further accumulation should be confined to Eastern Kentucky, and only an additional 1/2 to 1 inch.
By Sunday the arctic air will begin to lose its grip, and temperatures will begin to climb with sunshine returning, but only to the freezing mark by Sunday afternoon.
Our next storm system is set to arrive Monday night into Valentines Day.
The second half of the work week promises milder temperatures.