Good Tuesday, folks. It’s a different day, but the weather appears to be stuck in neutral. Rounds of snow showers and flurries will continue across Central and Eastern Kentucky as temperatures continue in January mode.
Light accumulations will be possible in the heavier bursts of snow Tuesday, especially in the morning. This will create some slick spots on area roads in the morning, with temps in the mid and upper 20s.
Leftover snow flurries will run into Wednesday, with highs rebounding into the upper 30s and lower 40s.
A warming trend will set up for the rest of the week into the start of the Easter weekend. Take a look at the high temps from the GFS:
Those numbers will get us close to normal by Saturday. Dry weather looks to be with us during this time.
A developing storm system will cross the Ohio Valley late this weekend, and that might deliver a shot of showers and thunder at some point Easter Sunday. Cooler air would then filter in for the start of spring break on Monday.
Keep an eye on the middle and end of next week. The models are split between another shot of winter and possible strong storms.
Have a great day and take care.