An upper level disturbance is creating unsettled weather for KY today. Rain chances increase for most of the state through early afternoon before tapering off by this evening for areas west of I-75.
This morning, areas along I-64 could get a wintry mix at times…and areas across Extreme Northern KY will get light accumulating SNOW before 2PM. So, travel with caution in areas around Covington. By mid-afternoon, temps should be warm enough to support all rain for the entire state. Rainfall estimates will generally be less than a half inch, and snowfall accumulations (for Northern KY) could be up to 1″.
This system moves out by the predawn hours on Saturday, but another quick moving upper level disturbance could bring spotty showers to parts of the state (but not everyone will experience it). Highs Today and Saturday will be seasonable in the 40s.
Sunday, the pattern takes a turn for the “WARM.” Get ready for 60s on Sunday for many cities across the state, and this trend will follow into early next week. These temps will be well above the average by 15°-20°; so, get ready for a warm kick-off to February! A strong cold front moves in Tuesday, and it will bring scattered showers ahead of it. Behind the front, it gets chilly again…noticeable starting Thursday.