While southern KY enjoyed a mild day with mostly cloudy skies, heavy snow was dumped on parts of northern KY. It has been a wild weekend for weather as a front waves back and forth across the region. We had reports of up to 7" of snow in Harrison county and other areas north of I-64. Most of the Bluegrass region saw rain with sleet mixed in at times.
By tonight a warm front will be passing the Commonwealth as rain continues off and on. Temperatures will actually rise in the overnight hours and we'll wake up to warmer weather on Monday. The warmth will be short lived as a cold front moves in from the west. A squall line with the threat of severe weather will pass in the evening. The main concern at this point is damaging winds and hail, mainly south of I-64. Highs on Monday will reach 60 ahead of the front then fall to the lower 30s with gusty winds.
Cooler air settles in through the week with well below average temperatures. Highs will only reach the lower 40s with lows in the mid 20s. At least we will have times of sunshine as Winter seems to hold a firm grip on the area even as we officially begin Spring on Wednesday, March 20th.