LEXINGTON, Ky. (FOX 56) — Clouds thicken today with a few sprinkles possible as a weak disturbance moves through the Ohio Valley. Temperatures will be seasonably cool, with highs in the 40s for most, but a few spots reach the low 50s.
As that disturbance departs the region, we’ll see partial clearing tonight. That allows for another cold night in the low 30s.
Our next weather maker brings more clouds on Thursday with showers moving in during the evening.
A cold front sweeps through Friday morning bringing additional showers early.
While the forecast trends drier into Friday afternoon, we could still see a stray shower or sprinkles. As colder air moves in, flurries will be possible Friday night.
A few flurries remain possible Saturday morning, but the forecast trends drier during the day with a partly sunny to mostly cloudy sky. It will be chilly with highs only in the 40s.
The Next Big Thing we’re tracking is another storm system that moves on Sunday. This storm brings a chance for rain that could mix in with snow. Precipitation type will depend on the track of the low pressure and how much cold air is available.
As the low pulls away, wrap-around moisture on Monday leads to flurries and snow showers. It will be a cold day with highs in the upper 30s.