The latest, and final, winter storm of this sequence is winding down. A few lingering snow showers and freezing drizzle patches will end, as will the Traveler's Advisory this evening. It's cold tonight heading to the low teens. It will end up partly sunny tomorrow, but still 20 degrees below normal with highs just in the upper 20s. The snowfall was heaviest across the southern 2/3 of the area with most places south of Lexington getting the forecasted 3-6 inches of snow. Lexington officially came in at an inch and a half.
This weekend we'll do something that hasn't been done in about 10 days, get above freezing. Saturday will be partly sunny and we'll take a run at 32, but likely fall just short around 30 or so for the high. That's after a morning low near 0. Sunday will be the magic day with a partly sunny sky and highs in the mid 30's.
Next week begins with rain and around 40 on Monday. It'll feel almost springy beginning on Tuesday with highs in the mid 40s, which is normal, and then 50s follow for the middle of the week.