Good Tuesday evening. We have two winter weather systems to track over the next several days. The first one arrives on the scene later Wednesday, and the second one has winter storm potential for Friday.
The NAM and Hi Res NAM are impressed with the Wednesday system:
Those two models would put down an inch or two of snow across parts of Central and Eastern Kentucky.
The next system is a developing winter storm taking aim at the state Thursday night into Friday. The HPC has outlined much of the commonwealth in the risk for 4 inches or more of snow:
In addition to the snow threat, there is the potential for sleet and freezing rain for some areas. Odds favor this being mainly a snow maker, as I think the cold air is going to stand its ground. The question becomes: How much moisture will this system be able to produce? That’s what I will tackle with an update later tonight.
Have a great evening and take care.