Our work week is winding down on a quiet note as we've been fully dry today and had some sunshine too. Winter weather lovers will see some more interesting weather rolling in this weekend, both systems taking shape overnight. The first one comes into the state tonight just shortly after midnight. This will be a tiny round of snow hanging mainly north of I-64 again. It's possible we could pick up a quick coating in northern KY by dawn Saturday, but it's more so likely only flurries. A mix of clouds and sunshine will grace us through the day Saturday, then a slightly more impressive round of winter rolls in Saturday night into early Sunday morning.
This system will bring a bit more complication with all types of precipitation expected including rain, sleet and snow. The action should begin late evening and last through dawn Sunday with minor amounts of snow accumulation possible especially in southeastern KY this time. Temperatures will support some slick spots on roads for Sunday morning. The rest of the weekend will turn quiet again with more sun and a high of only near freezing Sunday. The general weather pattern rolling into next week looks colder with the Arctic blast of air hovering just north of us and eventually dipping into Kentucky by next weekend.