LEXINGTON, Ky. (FOX 56) – You may see some patchy fog this morning, but it won’t stick around long. A mainly cloudy sky will help to hold temperatures in the mid to upper 30s today. A few peeks of sun are possible, but don’t bank on a lot.

A Winter Storm Watch is in effect for portions of the Bluegrass and points southeast for winter weather on Sunday. Snow still looks to be the predominant precipitation type, however, some freezing rain is possible, especially across southern and southeastern Kentucky.

There still is uncertainty with the track of the low pressure and its strength. That’s why snowfall amounts and location is still uncertain. There will be snow in central and eastern Kentucky with the greatest potential for several inches in southeastern Kentucky. Impacts to travel are likely Sunday into Monday.

Stay tuned through the weekend as more data comes in and the storm comes into focus.