LEXINGTON, Ky. (FOX 56) — After a breezy and milder day, some cooler conditions return late week with the chance for a few spotty showers.

Tonight, not a lot of changes with the forecast. Partly to mostly cloudy skies stick around with breezy winds at times. Otherwise, look for lows to bottom out in the low to mid-30s.

A quick-hitting system slides through town Thursday while bringing just a few spotty showers to the region. Mostly cloudy skies win out with highs in the mid-40s.

A few flakes could fly to our east and southeast late Thursday, but no impacts are expected.

For the weekend, we turn our attention towards a clipper system that dives through the Plains and then into the southern United States. This storm could bring snow over the weekend. The track of the low will be key to who sees snow, how much, and if other precipitation types are possible.

Here are a couple of scenarios:

Track #1: Would bring less snow for the area with an eastward track towards the coast. (Chris Johnson/FOX 56)
Track #2: A more northeastward track along the Appalachian Mountains. Could bring significant snow across the region. (Chris Johnson/FOX 56)

Stay tuned as the details become clearer through the late week.

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