Light Snow Possible, Then Warming Trend Begins

Light Snow Possible, Then Warming Trend Begins

Light snow will be possible Saturday night into early Sunday. Later in the week, our snow chances turn into rain chances as temperatures soar.
Midnight Update: Light snow is now being reported from Frankfort to Danville and further south into Somerset and Monticello. The light snow will continue to spread further east over the next few hours. It still looks like most areas will see a fresh dusting at best by morning.

Temperatures are still in the mid 20s in central Kentucky with upper 20s being reported in southern Kentucky. We'll drop a few more degrees by Sunday morning before our next warming trend begins in the afternoon.

Forecast: Light snow showers will move through Kentucky Saturday night into early Sunday morning. Snow totals will be minimal with most areas seeing between nothing and a dusting. An isolated area or two could see up to half an inch of snow, but this will not be widespread.

By Sunday morning, the snow will come to an end, leaving behind mostly cloudy skies with temperatures starting the day in the mid 20s.

We are expecting to see more sunshine as we head into the afternoon for many areas, but a quick light snow shower or a few flurries can't be ruled out, mainly for areas east of Lexington. Afternoon highs will be in the upper 30s.

The warming trend will continue Monday. While rain showers are expected to arrive in the second half of the day, we are expecting to warm into the upper 40s.

Tuesday, we'll see a mix of sun and clouds with highs back in the 50s!

By the end of the work week, mid 60s will be possible!
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