LEXINGTON, Ky. (FOX 56) — Widespread rain exits this morning, but spotty showers or drizzle remain possible into the afternoon.

High temperatures likely occur around Noon then colder air moves into the state dropping temperatures later in the day.

Get ready for the wind to howl! A Wind Advisory is in effect until 7 p.m. for the entire FOX 56 viewing area.

Wrap-around moisture leads to scattered rain and snow showers later this evening.

As temperatures continue to fall overnight, precipitation will become all snow as temperatures drop into the low to mid-30s. Some slick spots are possible, especially on bridges and overpasses.

Snow showers continue off and on through Thursday reducing visibility at times. Highs reach the mid-30s during the afternoon.

By the time the snow showers and flurries end on Friday morning, a trace to an inch of snow is possible, with locally higher amounts possible. Most of that will be on elevated surfaces, but slick spots are possible, especially Thursday night into Friday morning.

A weak disturbance drops in Friday afternoon-night with some sprinkles or flurries. Saturday starts off with clouds but turns partly sunny during the afternoon. It will be mild with highs near 50.

Another cold front drops into the state on Sunday with another chance for showers.