We will get a taste of January as we head into the new work week. An Arctic cold front will slice through the Bluegrass tomorrow. Your Veterans Day will begin cloudy, dry and mild with a highs in the upper 50s. Rain showers will develop throughout the afternoon. Once the front crosses, temperatures will sharply drop and the rain will change over to snow Light snowfall accumulations (less than 1") are possible across on the area, mainly on grassy and elevated surfaces. The warm road temperatures will limit much of an accumulation, but some slick spots are possible. Snow showers will taper off to flurries Tuesday afternoon.
Next will come a brutal blast of Arctic air. Near-record cold temperatures are possible Tuesday and Wednesday when afternoon highs struggle to reach freezing and lows are in the teens. Temperatures will begin moderating late in the week.