Good Monday, everyone. Old man wintry continues to have the bluegrass state in his icy grip. We are tracking another round of winter into the region later tonight into Tuesday. This one looks more like a light snow maker than an ice maker.
The day starts out with the potential of some drizzle and freezing drizzle. Watch for icy spots on area roads… especially those that remain untreated. Temps today will remain in the low 30s for most areas.
The next wave of moisture moves in late tonight into early Tuesday and looks to have a little zip to it. It scoots in and out of here fairly quickly, but the NAM is trying to spit out light accumulating snows for much of central and eastern Kentucky:
That could hit just in time for the Tuesday morning commute and have enough snow to cause some travel issues.
An arctic front arrives late Wednesday and knocks our temps way down behind it into Thursday.
The models show another system rolling out of the southwest toward the Mid-Atlantic states this weekend. The European Model has it close enough to produce the threat of a mix or some snow: