LEXINGTON, Ky. (FOX 56) — Clouds hang around through the day with patchy drizzle/showers possible. High temperatures will vary across the state today as colder air will gradually push from northwest to southeast through the afternoon and evening.

Central Kentucky will see highs in the 40s around midday and fall into the 30s by early evening. Southern and southeastern Kentucky reaches the upper 40s and lower 50s this afternoon, then gradually drops through the night.

Precipitation develops late evening into the overnight hours as moisture spreads north into the state. Temperatures at the surface, but also above our heads, will determine the type of precipitation we see.

Central and northern Kentucky will see freezing rain/sleet and some snow, while far southern/southeastern Kentucky sees mainly rain.

What falls will be light, but it will be impactful.

Precipitation moves out by Tuesday afternoon before another wave of wintry mix moves in Tuesday night into Wednesday morning across mainly southern and southeastern Kentucky. Light accumulations of snow/sleet/freezing rain are possible then, as well.