Heavy snow is taking its time moving through the state of Kentucky. This will be a historic once its all said and done with a few spots around a foot of snow.
The rain has taken a break for many of you. I do think we'll track a stray shower or two through the evening hours. These chances aren't high and most of you will experience the muggy conditions.
The overnight will be dry for most of us. Fog will certainly be an issue as we move into the early morning hours on Sunday. So watch for low visibility if you are out and about Sunday morning.
A low pressure system will be tracking south of Kentucky. This low looks more like a system you would see during the winter months. Just like one of those southern tracking storms, the rain will have a sharp cut-off. That has been the case over the past two days. It will become even more obvious on Sunday. While I do believe we all see rain chances on Sunday.. I think our friends to the east will have a better chance of seeing that activity!
The theme of the pattern doesn't really change. Showers and thunderstorms will continue through the week. Temperatures slowly begin to climb. Many areas will jump into the mid and upper 80s. Then you throw in a daily threat of showers and storms and you have a more summer-like pattern.