CENTRAL KENTUCKY. MEANWHILE, A STEADY RAIN CONTINUES DOWN SOUTH AND AROUND OUR SOUTHEASTERN KENTUCKY COUNTIES. SOME SPOTS AROUND LAKE CUMBERLAND HAVE ALREADY PICKED UP OVER 2 INCHES OF RAIN SO FAR TODAY. WE ARE TRACKING MORE RAIN TONIGHT AS A SLOW-MOVING COLD FRONT CONTINUES TO SINK SOUTHWARD. A WAVE OF LOW PRESSURE WILL ENHANCE MORE WIDESPREAD AND HEAVIER RAIN ACROSS SOUTHERN AND SOUTHEASTERN KENTUCKY OVERNIGHT. A FLOOD WATCH CONTINUES FOR THOSE SAME AREAS. THE BLUEGRASS MAY SEE A BRIEF LULL IN THE WET WEATHER TO START SUNDAY BEFORE MORE SHOWERS TRACK IN DURING THE AFTERNOON. THE MOISTURE SOURCE WILL MOVE ON LATE SUNDAY, BRINGING A GRADUAL END TO THE SHOWERS. IT WILL ALSO BE TURNING CHILLIER. WE ARE TRACKING A CHANCE FOR A NARROW BAND OF A WINTRY MIX – MAINLY FREEZING RAIN AND SNOW – TO CROSS NORTHERN KENTUCKY LATE SUNDAY NIGHT AND INTO MONDAY MORNING. THIS BAND MAY EVEN TRACK AS FAR SOUTH OF BLUEGRASS. THE MONDAY MORNING COULD BE A LITTLE MESSY FOR AREAS NORTH OF I-64. CONDITIONS WILL START TO IMPROVE MONDAY AFTERNOON AS HIGH PRESSURE TRACKS THROUGH THE OHIO VALLEY. TEMPERATURES WILL WARM BACK UP STARTING TUESDAY AND REMAIN MILD, TO EVEN WARM, THROUGH LATE WEEK. KYLEN AT V COVERING YOUR WORLD NOW… IT’S GOLD FOR TEAM USA! OUR VERY FIRST