Midnight Update: Scattered rain showers continue to push northeast through Kentucky. We haven't cleared as quickly as originally thought, but should do so in the next couple of hours. It looks like all of Kentucky will still manage to be dry by the Tuesday morning commute.
Temperatures have fallen into the mid 40s with Lexington at 47° as of midnight.
Meteorologist Michael Estime will update you on our next batch of wintry weather starting at 5 a.m. on Good Morning Kentucky.
Forecast: The steady rain is becoming more scattered this evening. All rain showers will begin to clear tonight with Lexington drying out by midnight. Eastern Kentucky will dry a few hours later as the system moves east.
By the Tuesday morning commute, all cities will be dry with some sunshine to start the day. Temperatures will start the day in the mid 30s with breezy winds.
The afternoon will also be breezy at times and slightly cooler with highs in the upper 40s. Clouds will increase early in the day, eventually giving way to a few scattered rain showers.
As colder air builds in late Tuesday, the spotty rain will turn into spotty snow for Wednesday morning.
The colder air will prevent many areas from breaking through 30° Wednesday afternoon.