The rain has moved on, but we're still left with a chill and the drearies. Skies will remain cloudy overnight and tomorrow while we wait for the next round of weather to arrive. It's an interesting set-up with this next system which will cut across the middle of the country Sunday. Snow will fall through the day across the Plains. The precipitation then moves into the Midwest and western Ohio Valley during the second half of the day.
For us the precipitation holds off until evening and there will be a sharp line between a plain rain and a wintry mix. That line looks to be the Ohio River. Southern Indiana and points north will see a wintry mix, even some light accumulating snow. Meanwhile the Bluegrass will be on the "warm" side. Rain will begin in the evening and continue into Monday. Heavy rain, even a few storms will be possible as the low passes overhead. One to two inches of rain are possible between Sunday evening and Monday night. Colder air will cut in Monday night and Tuesday. A period of light snow showers will be possible as the system departs. A brief chill will settle in through the middle of next week.