Skies will be bright across the northern half of the area, boosting temperatures into the upper 40s, but plenty of stubborn clouds will keep southern Kentucky colder. Most areas will stay dry today, although a sprinkle or two will be possible in southern and southeastern Kentucky this afternoon as a very weak disturbance crosses the Cumberland Valley. High pressure will provide bright and dry weather for Tuesday as temperatures rise into the lower 50s for highs. A cold front will produce a light mix of snow and rain on Wednesday, and temperatures will only peak around 40 degrees. The final flurries will exit to the east early on Thursday, but another front will arrive on Friday evening, producing another round of light snow or snow flurries from late Friday into early Saturday morning. Saturday will be very cold, with highs struggling to the freezing mark. High pressure will provide plenty of sunshine on Sunday, but readings will remain a good bit below average.