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.
After another chilly start on Sunday morning we'll see highs climb up the thermometer and reach the mid and upper 60s. This is just the beginning of our warm-up. Even if we reach the upper 60s, that's still pretty far off from our normal high of 75 degrees. In most cases the temps come 5-10 degrees below the norm.
The next phase of our warm-up will include a round with the 70s showing up all across Kentucky on Monday. These numbers will begin showing up on Monday afternoon and Monday evening. Mother Nature is slowly preparing us for what comes midweek.
Temps by Wednesday reach the 80s. This certainly isn't anything new for us. Within the past two weeks we found ourselves reaching those mid and in some cases the upper 80s. While I don't think we get that warm again, we will have that taste of summer return to our area for most of the week. Those temps even stick around after rain arrives on Thursday.
The aftermath brings another round of some "cooler" air for next weekend. This will not be another shot of 60s or 50s, but a return to the mid 70s. So this won't be a big dip at all.