Light snow and arctic cold for Tuesday

Good Monday to one and all, and a big thank you to all our veterans. Our big change to winter is just hours away as we continue to track a arctic cold front toward the bluegrass state. That arrives overnight and early Tuesday, with weather that would make January proud.

The front will move in here in the wee hours of Tuesday morning. It will have a narrow ribbon of rain ahead of it, but most of the moisture will fall behind the boundary. That means a quick-hitting band of snow will move through. Here’s the setup for tomorrow morning:


This should be able to give many areas a brief coating of snow, especially on grassy and elevated surfaces. Here’s a look at what might fall:

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Again, the ground is warm and that means a lot of melting. However, the timing of all this could mean a slick spot on bridges and overpasses early Tuesday.

Here’s how all this looks to play out:

Special GraphicReadings by Wednesday morning will be in the upper teens and low 20s, with afternoon highs in the 30s.

Looking farther down the road, a big storm system might affect our weather from this weekend into early next week. It could be a wild ride of heavy rain, thunderstorms, high winds, arctic cold and chances of snow.

Have a great Veterans Day and take care.

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