LEXINGTON, Ky. (FOX 56) — A messy wintry system is heading our way and travel conditions will worsen as we head into the overnight.

A wintry mix of rain/sleet/snow will move into the state after 7 p.m. Rain will turn to a freezing mix as temperatures continue to drop. The rain/sleet/snow will end by midday Tuesday.

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A WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY has been issued for more of Kentucky due to the potential for ice accumulations. 0.1’’ of ice will be possible by early Tuesday morning. Up to 1’’ of sleet/snow will also be possible in the northern half of the state.


Temperatures will remain near or below freezing all Tuesday. Expect poor travel most of Tuesday and even Wednesday morning.

A second round of wintry weather will be possible in southeastern Kentucky in the later evening which made lead to more snow accumulations.


Temperatures won’t climb back above freezing fully until Wednesday afternoon. We’ll see a short break before a third wave rolls through Thursday. As of now, that system is trending south. It also looks like mostly rain. Another system to watch this week.

Groundhog’s Day is also on Thursday, but chances are we’ll be cloudy. The odds of seeing the shadow are low. Brace for more winter.