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 run with the dry and very warm weather will be ending on Friday. A big push of moisture will arrive along with a front. This set-up will fire off a few storms that could even come in a little on the strong side.
The front itself will take a bite out of daytime highs. We'll see highs drop from the mid 80s to the mid 70s. Showers and storms will increase with that front passing through the area. Temps will begin splitting across Kentucky while the front is in the area. So from west to east temps could be around 10-15 degrees cooler.
Only scattered showers and thunderstorms will be possible during the weekend. Not everyone will see showers and storms this weekend. Most of the activity will be hit and miss. Just be prepared to deal with a few here and there. While initially temps take that hit, we will see them recover by the end of the weekend and especially early next week.
Cool downs are common this time of year, but they never last long. We have a solid chance to see 60s return for daytime highs during the middle of the week. With highs like that we'll see a solid chill during the early morning hours on Wednesday.