LEXINGTON, Ky. (FOX 56) — The disturbance that brought a wintry mix and cold rain to the region will move east leading to the widespread precipitation tapering off by midday. However, patchy drizzle/freezing drizzle will be possible into the afternoon.

Temperatures range from the 20s in central Kentucky to the 30s south and southeast. A light breeze will make it feel even colder through the afternoon.

Another disturbance brings moisture back into Kentucky late evening into Wednesday morning. The best chance to see a wintry mix is south of I-64.

The further south you travel, the higher the chance. Minor accumulations are possible, so we could have some slick travel.

Temperatures don’t warm much on Wednesday as mostly cloudy conditions linger. Expect highs in the 30s. Some sun is possible in central and northern Kentucky.

Another disturbance moves into mainly southern Kentucky Wednesday night into Thursday morning. This could bring another round of light wintry mix.