Bands of light snow are working across the region. These can put down some light accumulations on the grass and elevated surfaces.
Despite the threat of rain, the coaches of the Buccaneers said they'd play anyway - to remember little Tashawn.
The team, which 9 year-old Tashawn Watson had been a member of, gathered at YMCA North in Lexington for this first game since his death.
Tuesday afternoon police say Tashaun found a gun in his parent's garage in Lexington. The gun went off, killing him.
Saturday's game was about remembering the little boy.
Players signed a photo, and a football for the boy's parents to take home.
His stepfather says it's the support of the community that's helping them right now.
"Our boy was a really great kid, touched a lot of lives," said the boy's step-father, Leon Mack, "That's really the only thing helping keep our heads up right now - knowing that he had such a positive impact on everyone that he came across."
The coaches say they wish they had got the chance to watch Tashawn play more. They say he was a promising football player.