LEXINGTON, Ky. (FOX 56) — After a busy end to the weekend and another winter storm impacting the Commonwealth, conditions will calm just a bit for the next 24 hours.

Decreasing clouds will take us through the overnight period with lows falling into the upper teens and low 20s. With a westerly wind between 5 to 10 mph at times, wind chills or feel-like temperatures will drop into the lower teens. Brr!

Tuesday will feature a mix of sun and clouds with milder highs in the upper 30s and low 40s. Breezy winds can be expected with gusts near 25 mph at times for the day. Otherwise, conditions remain dry before our next system arrives Wednesday.

High temperatures for Tuesday.

The break from mother nature doesn’t last long as the active pattern rolls on. A strong cold front sweeps in from the west Wednesday as rain showers break out through the day. As colder, arctic air crashes in from the northwest, a changeover to light snow looks possible.

Rain to snow chances likely Wednesday and into Wednesday night.

While it’s a little early to talk specifics and snow amounts, do know that some light snow accumulations look possible. Once this system passes through, the arctic air mass settles in late-week with highs only in the mid-20s and lows deep into the teens!

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