After a dreary weekend, we are looking at a mix of dry and wet days ahead for this work week with a few looks at wintry weather in there as well.
While most of the rain will be moving out this evening and into tonight, a few light sprinkles and misting could stick around for some areas. Some wintry mix is also likely to come down for many as temperatures dip into the lower 30s. Winds will remain moderate through tonight, which will make wind chill values feel like we are into the mid-20s by later tonight.
By Monday morning, temperatures will be in the lower-30s and upper-20s across our region, with some light frost possibly forming on elevated surfaces. Fortunately, drier weather will be with us throughout most of the afternoon and evening, with clouds breaking apart at times to allow sunshine to return. Highs by the afternoon and evening are expected to reach into the lower to mid-40s, making an average feel outside. By the late overnight hours, we could see a bit of rain and a wintry mix show up once more.
Scattered light showers and a wintry mix will be possible through the day on Tuesday, mainly across eastern Kentucky but could also reach further west. Then, it’s another brief dry period in the forecast before a more robust low-pressure system works it’s way into our region for Thursday and Friday. While there are still some issues with the exact track of our next low, it seems likely that it will begin as showers before turning over to light snow. Highs will stay generally average in the 40s through the middle of the week, but then we see a cool down come in behind that system for the end of the week and into next weekend.