Good Monday, everyone. Our much-anticipated brush with winter is on the way tonight and early Tuesday across much of Central and Eastern Kentucky. This doesn’t look like a big deal, but it could put down a small accumulation for some areas.
Clouds will increase today as low pressure gathers steam to our southwest. This low will skirt across the Tennessee Valley by early tomorrow. Light rain will increase later today into the evening hours. Colder air will then filter in overnight and change the rain to light snow.
This setup might produce a light accumulation of slushy snow on elevated and grassy surfaces for some areas. Here’s a rough outline:
Don’t expect a lot from this setup.Some areas probably won’t see any sticking snow. But this is a nice reminder that winter is just around the corner.
Here’s your regional radar to track the precipitation in from the southwest:
I will have another update later today. Have a great Monday and take care.