LEXINGTON, Ky. (FOX 56) – Cold sunshine filed in after a quick dusting of snow and ice wrapped up early Wednesday morning. Temperatures stayed chilly, but we at least saw some sunshine throughout the day.

One last weak little wave will bring another round of wintry precipitation to parts of the Commonwealth Wednesday night, before better weather rolls in by the weekend.

Some light flurries will be possible north of the parkways through midnight. South of that line we’ll see a shot at a very light, icy mix. A few slick spots could develop overnight. Overall, this will be a very light event and it will simply be a nuisance to anyone out and about.


Thursday temperatures will climb back to the 40s but under a mostly cloudy sky. Will the groundhog see his shadow? He’ll have to wait for the right moment to get it in Lexington. We will see a bit of filtered sunshine as high clouds roll through.

We’ll drop back into some colder temps by Friday as a region of cold-high pressure works into the Ohio River Valley. Once it moves past, the 40s and 50s quickly move in for the weekend.

The temperature outlook is promising through Valentine’s Day. High temps next week will push back into the 50s, and we will flirt with a shot at 60 Tuesday.