A round of strong to severe thunderstorms are beginning to arrive from the west.
As these strengthen, they could become strong to severe, producing strong straight-line winds, large hail and potential for an isolated tornado, somewhere in Kentucky.
The most likely time frame for severe weather will be between 6 PM and 10 PM.
Tonight, temperatures will tumble behind the front, and thunderstorms will exit to the east.
Friday will be sharply colder, with a morning high near 47 degrees, and temperatures will trend downward through the late afternoon as some leftover rain showers mix with light snow showers.
The final snow flurries will exit eastern Kentucky early on Saturday, leaving only a light accumulation in some parts of eastern Kentucky.
High pressure will provide beautiful, mostly sunny weather on Sunday with highs near 51.
An unsettled weather pattern will develop in the early to middle part of next week with off-and-on showers and highs in the 50s.
A thunderstorm or two may accompany a cold front on Tuesday and Wednesday of next week.