With a stationary front draped across Kentucky, light showers and a drizzle/mist will linger into the overnight hours.
Cooler air moving in will cause some patchy dense fog to develop.
Moisture will still be abundant on Sunday and drizzle is likely into Sunday morning.
By Sunday evening, a few snow flurries may occur, but that will be after most of the precipitation has exited.
A stray rain or snow shower will be possible early on Monday, but no real impact is anticipated.
High pressure will keep the entire area dry and bright on Tuesday.
A weak disturbance will clip Kentucky on Wednesday bringing few rain and snow showers or flurries.
The remainder of the work week looks dry with much more seasonable temperatures.