Good Sunday, everyone. Our weekend is set to finish on a much colder note across the bluegrass state. Some areas may even see a couple of snowflakes early today. This continues to be part of a pattern that features a back and forth battle between spring and winter.
Our day starts with a fast-moving system scooting by just to our south. This will bring a band of light rain and snow to the southern half of the state. This action COULD get as far north as Interstate 64. You can follow it on our regional radar:
Skies will quickly clear as the afternoon wears on with some sun a good bet. That will allow for highs to hit the low and middle 40s for most areas.
Monday is another much colder than normal temperature day with lows in the 20s and highs back in the 40s.
Tuesday will find a taste of winter blowing back into the bluegrass state. A system dives in from the northwest as another storm stays just to our east:
That is likely to bring a band of light snow and flurries our way and could even put down a small accumulation for some. Winds will be very gusty with highs in the upper 30s. Wednesday is even colder with upper teens to start and mid to upper 30s during the afternoon.
Temps will quickly warm toward 60 by Thursday and into the 60s for Friday. That could turn wet as a cold front swings our way with some showers and thunderstorms:
Colder air would work in behind that front for next weekend.
Have a great Sunday and take care.