We won't stay quiet for much longer. A quick clipper will dive through the Bluegrass tomorrow. Another dose of light snow develops late tonight. The morning commute could be tricky again. Light accumulations (less than half an inch) and slick spots are possible by morning. The snow that does stick won't last for long. Temperatures are expected to climb above freezing during the day so central Kentucky will transition to scattered cold rain showers. Meanwhile temperatures will remain cold enough for snow showers to continue across our southeastern mountain counties. These areas could pick up another inch of snow by the end of the day.
The cold air will hang around for the final day of February. Saturday's high will be in the upper 30s, but there will be sunshine. Then we are expecting a big warm up through the early days of March. Highs will rocket into the upper 50s and eventually the 60s. The warm temperatures will come with a catch. Rain and a few storms are likely early next week.