The change to complete snow continues to work southward across Kentucky. Snow rates will come in around 1" to 2" per hour. Those rates could be even higher under some of the more intense bands.
The rain has moved out of all the area with a possible sprinkle or two early. Mostly cloudy skies hold tight across the region as our highs settle in the mid 40s, which will be much cooler than what we have seen the past several days. A weak disturbance heads our way tonight, which will allow for some light snow showers/flurries to move our way and into the morning on Wednesday. We won't see much out of this, but don't be surprise if a few of us have little accumulation on our cars or patio furniture.
Temperatures will begin to climb slightly higher toward the end of the work week as we settle in the 50s by Friday. The weekend appears to be the exact opposite of last weekend as a front moves in and drapes over the Ohio River Valley allowing for several chances of rain during Saturday and Sunday.
Meteorologist Micah Harris