The early Sunday morning mix of rain and freezing rain across the Plateau and portions of Southeast Kentucky will be all rain the rest of the day and no more travel problems are anticipated due to ice.
Watch for high water though, because some of today's rainfall could be locally heavy at times. Temperatures will continue to climb into the 40s through the day and will hold steady or possibly even rise a few degrees through the overnight hours as additional scattered rain showers move in.
Periods of rain will remain likely again for Monday as highs reach the upper 40s-lower 50s and we will finally see the wet weather move out Tuesday as some colder air moves in. In fact, highs will most likely only be in the upper 30s-lower 40s by Tuesday afternoon. We will see drier and slightly warmer air from mid-week to late week, before another round of rain looks poised to return by mid-weekend.
Today: Periods of rain will be likely, but not continuous (100% coverage). High: 48°.
Tonight: Periods of rain continue (80% coverage). Low: 48°.
Monday: Additional scattered showers at times (80% coverage). High: 53°.