Good Sunday to one and all. Our weekend started off with an impressive snowfall across much of central and eastern Kentucky. Several spots topped out around 3″ on the day and we have a little more to fall on this Super Bowl Sunday.
Western and southern Kentucky will get in on the action during this time and may pick up an inch or two. All areas of the state will see another round of the white stuff that can put down up to another inch.
You can see how the snow builds back in on the GFS…
Here’s regional radar to track the flakes…
The snow showers and flurries will move out later this evening and then we will turn our attention toward the next system rolling for late Monday. This is likely to produce a mix of rain and snow across the southern half of the state with light snow across the north. That may very well put down some light accumulations for a few areas.
Temps will slowly moderate next week and may turn mild by the following weekend as a storm develops across the plains states.
Have a great Sunday and take care.