Good Friday and a big hello to the month of March. Our third month of the year is known for being a little like Forrest Gump’s box of chocolates: You never know what you’re going to get. Today’s weather features a bite of winter weather, with cold air and snow showers taking center stage.
The rounds of snow showers and squalls will probably put down some light accumulation today and Saturday. Areas along and south of Interstate 64 have the best shot at seeing a little snow on the ground and a few slick spots developing.
Temps today will generally run in the low 30s for most of Central and Eastern Kentucky. A similar setup will be with us into Saturday. The pesky snows will finally move on by Sunday, as lows dip into the teens and highs hang around the freezing mark.
Another storm system will make a run at us by Monday night and Tuesday:
That one has the chance to bring another round of accumulating snow to much of the state. The possible track on that system is usually a good one for a snowfall in our part of the world.
Have a great Friday and take care.