Clouds have stayed put over the region for most of the day, keeping temperatures chilly across the Bluegrass and I-64 corridor. Sunshine appeared for some southern counties and allowed temperatures to warm into the middle 40s. Otherwise, it’s been the middle to upper 30s for the rest of the state.
The clouds over the area really made things gloomy and cold today. As we approach the middle of the week, things get a little more interesting. A weak low attached to a storm passing south of us will bring in a chance for rain and snow showers overnight Wednesday into Thursday. Snowfall will be minor with the storm, but there will be a chance for a quarter of an inch to fall early Thursday morning. Rainfall amounts will be much less totaling between a trace and a few hundredths of an inch. Snow showers will continue through the mid to late morning for eastern counties Thursday, but amounts will still be light. A half inch is possible for higher terrain southeast. We should see more sunshine on Friday before clouding over for another active few days this weekend.