Roses are red, violets are blue. Our skies are getting gray and the rain will return soon. High pressure to the east and approaching low from the Midwest have put the squeeze on the Bluegrass this Valentine’s Day. The wind has picked up and, despite the clouds, there has been a rather “warm feel” to the day.
Showers will arrive with a cold front after midnight and will exit before most step out Friday morning. There will be a lull in the action before more showers arrive late-day. A quick hit of wet and winter weather will be possible Friday night into Saturday morning. A wintry mix of rain, snow, and possible freezing rain will be possible. The Bluegrass will likely see a narrow band of minor snowfall accumulation by Saturday morning. All precipitation will wrap up rather quickly on Saturday. The weekend will remain chilly with highs in the mid 30s to lower 40s. Another batch of some snow, but mostly rain will arrive on Sunday.