Bands of heavy snow are now working through Central Kentucky. By the time this system ends on Thursday some areas will pick up more than 1 foot of snow.
Sunday will start with a mix of sun & clouds. The sunshine and a southerly wind will help drive temps into the low and mid 70s.
Sunday evening brings more warm temperatures and even a few showers and storms. Those showers and storms will be a little more scattered through the area. Mainly north of I-64.
Some of the shower activity will linger into your Monday morning. It's nothing significant, but we could have some action since a frontal boundary will be stalled out along the Kentucky/Ohio state-line. With it being that close, we could have a stray shower in northern KY through Wednesday.
Temperatures will soar back into the 80s for the entire work week. That also means we'll get rid of the cool temperatures during the overnight hours. Which has been in abundance these past few mornings.
Better rain chances won't arrive until late this week. It might even have a stormy element thrown into the mix. We'll keep you updated.