High pressure overnight will make way for plenty of clear skies.
This will allow temperatures to dip down in to the mid 20s.
A very weak, moisture starved disturbance will cross the Ohio Valley on Sunday, bring enhanced cloud cover producing a few snow flurries and light rain showers in northern Kentucky.
This cold front will keep afternoon highs in the low 40s.
High pressure will provide chilly start to Monday morning but bright, seasonable weather by afternoon.
Mild temperatures will return at the middle of next week as rain returns from Tuesday evening through Wednesday and into Thursday.