Overview: Below average temperatures continue through the week, with the chance for scattered snow overnight into Friday morning, and a more significant winter storm Sunday into Monday. There is still a lot of uncertainty with exactly what everyone will see Sunday into Monday, yet snow, sleet, freezing rain, and rain will all be possible at times for parts of the Commonwealth. Temperatures will moderate more by midweek next week.
TONIGHT: Scattered snow showers are likely, with low temperatures around 25 degrees. Minor snowfall accumulations will be possible mainly for grassy and elevated surfaces.
FRIDAY: After morning snow showers, we expect some clearing for the afternoon, with partly cloudy skies, and high temperatures around 38 degrees.
FRIDAY NIGHT: Mostly clear skies and frigid temperatures continue, with a low of 21 degrees.
SATURDAY: Mostly cloudy skies and cold temperatures continue, with high temperatures around 39 degrees. A little late day flurries to rain-snow mix will be possible.
SATURDAY NIGHT: A wintry mix and snow showers will be possible, with a low temperature of 28 degrees.
SUNDAY: A wintry mix and snow showers are likely across Kentucky, yet there is still a lot of uncertainty as to who will see what with precipitation type and exact timing of changeover. Snowfall and ice accumulations may impact weekend travelers. Temperatures stay cold, with a high temperature of 36 degrees.
SUNDAY NIGHT: Mostly cloudy skies and light snow is possible, with a low temperature of 27 degrees.
MONDAY: Snow showers to a wintry mix of rain and snow will linger, with a high temperature of 38 degrees.
MONDAY NIGHT: Partly cloudy skies and frigid temperatures develop,with an overnight low temperature of 23 degrees.
TUESDAY: Mostly sunny to partly cloudy skies and chilly temperatures develop, with a high of 40 degrees.
TUESDAY NIGHT: Mostly clear skies and freezing cold temperatures develop, with a low of 26 degrees.
WEDNESDAY: Partly cloudy skies and seasonably chilly temperatures develop Wednesday afternoon, with a high of 45 degrees.
-Chief Meteorologist Jason Myers