We are settling into a stretch of gray days as we near the end of January. The patchy drizzle and the occasional flurries that have been around throughout the day will linger this evening. It remains cloudy and cold tonight with lows near 30°. Tomorrow begins dry. There will be some peeks of sunshine around mid-day before a weak wave of low pressure passes to our south. A few cold rain showers will develop late-day across southern Kentucky. Some of those showers could find their way into the Bluegrass into Monday morning. As those showers interact with colder air to the north, some flakes are possible too.
Next week feature more clouds than sunshine. Temperatures won't really have to lift our spirits under the gray skies. Highs will run in the 40s with low near freezing each morning. The pattern will become more active heading into February. Models are hinting at a system that will develop across the Gulf late in the week. This is still a ways off so the track and intensity is still uncertainty. The Bluegrass could see rain and/or snow to begin the final month of meteorological winter.