Dreary and damp are words that describe our Friday. It's been a cold day too as temperatures have only made it up into the low/mid 40s for most of the state. We still have drizzle out there for most of Central KY and heavier rain in the south and southeast. Southeast KY has picked up the most rain which is slightly less than one inch. The low pressure responsible for the rain will now shift east and eventually take the clouds with it. Until Sunday, though, our chances to see the sunshine is minimal. The next couple of days will be calmer and drier, but not necessarily better as the chilly air will stick around.
For Saturday, we will be completely dry aside from a few snow flakes possible in the far southeast mountains of the state early. A gradual clearing of the clouds should take shape and we could see some peeks of sun late in the afternoon. Sunday will hold more sunshine, but we won't be any warmer. High temperatures will only be in the upper 30s/40 most of the weekend before another shot of colder air returns for Monday. Monday will also bring a weaker system in which could hold a chance to see rain/snow mixing showers through the day.