LEXINGTON, Ky. (WKYT) - Frigid temperatures will stick around for the weekend with dry air before a snow maker moves into the Bluegrass.
For your Saturday morning, we are starting out with temperatures in the upper 20s ans lower 30s with a light breeze. A mix of cloudy and clear skies are also sticking around for the morning hours, but fortunately by the afternoon we will be seeing mostly sunny skies. Highs for this afternoon will only reach into the mid to upper 30s, so make sure to keep a coat handy today with the cold conditions.
Moving into Sunday, we are looking at a lot of the same from before. Morning lows begin the morning in the 20s with a bit of a wind chill. By the afternoon highs will be a bit better, getting into the mid to upper 40s across the Commonwealth. Conditions will stay dry with sunny skies to start out the day and then clouds will increase throughout the day into the evening and overnight ahead of our next rain and snow maker.
As we head back into the work and school week, conditions are looking dicey for the first few days. By Monday afternoon and into the evening we will see some cold rain showers spread across portions of our state. This rain transitions to snow overnight and into Tuesday morning for the commute. Still too early to call any exact accumulation amounts, but we could see enough to cause problems for the morning commute on Tuesday. By the second half of the week conditions will fortunately begin to dry out once more.