We have had a couple of days to dry out after our snow early in the week. Some of your yards may still have a minor amount of snow left, but only here in the north. Southern KY has seen temperatures pushing up into the low 50s today along with some sunshine, so it's likely the snow is a memory. Now, we look ahead to our next weather-maker which will roll into the Bluegrass starting tonight and lasting through the bulk of our Friday. Temperatures will stay above freezing tonight and Friday, so we aren't concerned with snow at this time. The places that have the best chance to see some flurries will be the higher elevations of eastern KY late Friday night. Rain will impact your travel tomorrow morning through late evening with most falling over southern KY following the track of the low pressure.
Pushing into the weekend, changes ensue...but for the better. It looks like any precipitation will sweep toward the east leaving us with drier grounds for Saturday. Clouds will slowly clear as well setting us up for more sun throughout the day Sunday. Temperatures stay mighty chilly though. Highs are forecast to be in the mid 40s Friday, near 40 degrees Saturday and only upper 30s for Sunday.