A developing winter storm will target parts of the region over the weekend. There are still many details that need to be ironed out, but the southern and southeastern parts of the state have the best chance of picking up on snow and ice.
A cold high across the midwest is going to try and keep a lot of the moisture just south of Kentucky. The weaker this high is, the farther north snow and ice can get into the bluegrass state.
Clouds will increase on Saturday with highs in the 30s. A wintry mix pushes into the south Saturday night and hangs through Sunday. That still has some wiggle room to come farther north, but the greatest impact appears to be in the south and southeast.
This system pulls away Sunday night, leaving us with a few morning flakes on Monday.
Another storm system targets the region by Thursday and Friday and will bring a lot of rain and wind that may end as winter weather.