Good Tuesday, everyone. We have another mixed bag of wintry weather pushing into the state later today and tonight. This one will be a little stronger and farther north than what moved through last evening.
A stalled-out front continues to hang around to our south and east. A developing storm system across the south will ride northeastward along this boundary and throw a lot of moisture into the state. Low-level cold air is already in place, and this will lead to a little bit of everything falling from the skies.
Here’s what I’m expecting from late this afternoon through tonight:
Some light icing will be possible across parts of Central and Northern Kentucky. Areas across the southeastern part of the state might end up seeing enough heavy rain to cause some high-water problems.
Your daily dose of tracking tools:
I’m keeping an eye on Southern and southeastern Kentucky for the possibility of another storm Thursday. This could bring another round of mix or snow to some areas, if it comes far enough north.
The arctic outbreak then takes aim at the state late this weekend into next week. The European Model continues to point toward some snow to go along with the cold:
Have a great day and take care.