LEXINGTON, Ky. (WKYT) - Snow continues to fall for portions of Kentucky, but as temperatures hover around freezing a wintry mix could be seen in other areas.
Most of Kentucky is starting off to a very wet start for this Sunday. Scattered showers are spread across the Commonwealth today as snow continues to portions of northern Kentucky where there is still a Winter Weather Advisory in effect. Temperatures this morning are sticking in the mid to lower 30s and highs this afternoon won't really increase from there either. Rain will continue on and off throughout much of the day until this evening when temperatures cool back down some areas could wrap up all of the precipitation with some light snow.
Going back to work and school on Monday morning will be a cold one. Morning lows start out your day in the upper 20s with a breeze making it feel even colder. Some flurries and snow showers are still possible throughout the morning hours on Monday, but for the most part we will be staying on the drier side of weather with a few peeks of sun coming out. Highs on Monday are only expected to reach into the lower 30s.
Some dry and sunny weather returns for Tuesday and Wednesday, but unfortunately it will be short lived. We will be tracking another system coming in for the end of the week bringing a mix of rain and snow to the region as well as another cool down possibly by next weekend. For Tuesday/Wednesday highs reach into the upper 30s and even into the 40s. By the end of the week though, those temperatures will start to drop back into the mid-30s.