Sunny skies are ahead and the chances for heavy snow Monday have decreased, according to a National Weather Service forecaster.
No significant snow or ice is forecast for Central Kentucky through early next week, said meteorologist Joe Ammerman.
Partly cloudy skies are expected Saturday with a low of 34 degrees overnight, and then sunny skies and a high of 49 Sunday, said.
There's a chance of light snow on Sunday night when the temperature could drop to 26 degrees.
The chance of light snow continues through Monday, when the high will be 32. Previously, the Weather Service had said there was a chance of 2 to 4 inches of snow for Lexington on Monday.
Ammerman said he couldn't, however, rule out that far Eastern Kentucky could see more significant amounts of snowfall.