Things have been nasty all week in weather. If it wasn’t rain, it was chilly and cloudy. Today will mirror that with clouds in place on a cold morning and rain on the way. As for now, overcast skies sit over temperatures either in the 30s or 40s. A front has stalled over the state making the north half cold, and the southern half chilly.
Clouds will hang tough all day today as the last low of the series passes by. Rain showers are expected by the late morning for pretty much the entire forecast region. Wind will be a non-factor today regardless of the low. However, depending on where the low sits, you may be experiencing different wind directions through the day. Cold air will only be present on the northwest side of the low while it passes. All other locations will stay mild through much of the day. Rainfall amounts with the last system look to be highest south and east totaling around another half inch and up to an inch. The Bluegrass will get away with only a few more tenths and generally around a quarter of an inch.
Timing looks to have the heaviest rainfall around midday and seeing it taper off through the evening. If heading to the UK game, it will be chilly dropping to cold with spotty showers around. As the low departs, some locations will have temperatures falling to near or right above freezing. These locations are mainly the I-64 corridor and north. Some rain may have a snow mixture to it early in the morning. Snow is not expected to collect on roads as the surface temperatures will not be cold enough. Still, things may get a little slippery. All showers wrap up early Sunday and the sun will eventually come out, later in the day.