A few more scattered snow flurries are still expected overnight and into Monday morning. Temperatures dropping into the mid 20s by dawn could make for a couple of slick roads so be aware for your Monday morning commute. Then another round of snow showers are likely into Monday night so our wintry weekend will continue for another day or two before we dry out. The gray sky will stay just that through MLK Day tomorrow and most of Tuesday too. The chances for snow accumulation will remain minimal with I-64 still being the boundary. Areas in central and northern KY are most likely to pick up just a bit more accumulation Monday night into early Tuesday, but we're talking fractions of an inch again as the moisture will not be great.
By mid week we'll be ready for some sunshine and I think we will see just that. Wednesday looks to be the best and driest day with sunshine. Late week will bring us another round of precipitation, but this time it looks to be rain, and the bulk of that will fall just south of us into Tennessee. Temperatures will pick up above normal into the upper 40s for a one day special only, then it's back to the upper 30s by the weekend with another chance for rain or snow showers.