Good Thursday, everyone. Another winter storm will take aim at parts of the bluegrass state. This system will take more of a southern track and that means only southeastern Ky will get in on the action.
Here’s what I’m expecting:
Areas along the Virginia border will see the highest totals and a few spots could push 6″. There will be a very sharp cutoff to the accumulating snows on the northern and western extent. The exact track of the low will be crucial in determining who gets the most snow.
The rest of the region will see clouds and temps in the 30s.
It’s full steam ahead on the arctic outbreak arriving late this weekend into early next week. The first cold front arrives Saturday night into Sunday. This will knock our temps from the 40s Saturday, into the upper 20s for Sunday. A few flurries or snow showers will accompany the cold air.
Several more systems will dive in from the northwest early next week. These will bring even colder air into the state and will also give us some decent shots of snow. You can see the first one arriving on the Canadian Model:
I will have updates as needed today. Have a good one and take care.