LEXINGTON, Ky. (FOX 56) — Clouds are here to stay today with falling temperatures into the upper 30s and lower 40s this afternoon.

A disturbance could bring a spotty shower this afternoon and evening. As colder air moves in tonight, flurries or even isolated snow showers are possible. Nothing significant is expected.

While Saturday starts with clouds, we should see sunshine break-out as the day wears on. High temperatures will be determined by how quickly the sun comes out. At this time, mid to upper 40s look likely.

The Next Big Thing is a storm system that will impact the area late Saturday night into Monday. Saturday night into Sunday morning, most of us will see a chilly rain, but a rain/snow mix or snow is briefly possible in northern Kentucky.

By Sunday afternoon rain showers will be ending, but clouds will linger.

Wrap-around moisture on Monday could bring flurries or snow showers. It will be a much colder day with highs in the upper 30s.