LEXINGTON, Ky. (FOX 56) – A passing cold front late last night brought a few showers and some patchy drizzle to the area for some. The good news is we’ll see drier skies win out today as colder air settles in behind this system.  

Cloud cover remains stubborn in nature as skies slowly clear through this afternoon and evening. Some sunshine is expected at times with COLD highs in the 30s.  

Arctic high pressure builds in from the northwest as arctic air moves southward into the Commonwealth.

Tonight, clearing skies give way to calm and frigid conditions. Arctic high pressure builds overhead while surface temperatures take a tumble. Lows fall into the lower teens for many with wind chill values near zero at times! Brr!  

Plenty of sunshine takes over Wednesday with highs only in the 20s. Dry conditions hang around Thursday with increasing cloud cover and thermometers rebounding into the 40s.  

A late week system could bring light scattered snow and flurries to the state.

Our next system of interest potentially brings snow chances back into the forecast early Friday morning. While it is too early to talk about specifics, some minor snow accumulations appear a possibility before another cold shot arrives for the weekend.