A Winter Weather Advisory is in effect for parts of central and eastern Kentucky through Monday morning. Hazardous travel will be possible due to the wintry mix and snow.
Midnight Update: The heaviest snow and sleet has pushed northeast out of Kentucky, but a few light pockets of frozen precipitation will be possible through the Monday morning commute. No new accumulation of sleet or snow is expected.
Temperatures continue to fall, with Lexington now at 27°. As of midnight, most areas around I-64 are in the mid 20s, with most of southern Kentucky closer to freezing.
Forecast: Snow will continue tonight for central and eastern Kentucky, while southern Kentucky continues to see mainly rain.
The heaviest snow is expected to near Lexington and areas further east along Interstate 64, where accumulations of 1 to 3 inches will be possible by Monday morning. Lower totals are expected further north and south.
Most of the accumulation will be on grassy areas and raised areas like patios, with lower amounts on the warmer roads.
Most of the rain and snow will end by the Monday morning commute, but some icy spots on roads will be possible with temperatures falling into the mid 20s.
Skies will begin to clear Monday afternoon with highs in the low and mid 40s.
Tuesday will be much warmer with mostly sunny skies and highs back into the low 60s.
A few rain showers early Wednesday will hold us back into the upper 50s.