Tracking more snow-makers

Good Thursday, everyone. We have a wild stretch of winter weather going on in the Bluegrass state. We’ve had record cold, snowstorms, ice storms and snows that cause widespread travel problems. That’s all in the past few weeks!

It appears Old Man Winter doesn’t want to go away anytime soon. I’m tracking the possibility of several more snow-makers over the next week and change.

We have the possibility of a few flurries or light snow showers today, especially early on. Highs will reach only the low 20s, and that means the snow and ice will hang around.

Here’s regional radar to see whatever snow might be flying today:

Friday is another cold one, with clouds and a few flurries. Those clouds will give way to the potential for another light snow-maker Friday night and Saturday. The GFS is showing this well:

GFSThe Canadian Model is a little more robust:


That could be enough to lay down some accumulations for some areas. Another system will follow that later Sunday.

Guess what follows that? Another storm by Tuesday or Wednesday.

Have a great day and take care.

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