Good Tuesday to one and all. This is turning out to be the winter that will not end. Many folks are to the point of throwing up the white flag of surrender to Old Man Winter. But he isn’t seeing it.
We’re sliding back into a wintry pattern, and it should carry us well into March.
We have some light snow out there early Tuesday morning in Northern Kentucky, but the system arriving tonight could cause some travel problems.
This will be a fast-moving round of snow that streaks from west to east Tuesday evening. The hi-res simulated radar shows this well:
Accumulations of an inch or less will be possible for many areas. Locally higher amounts will be likely across parts of southeastern Kentucky. Some delays and cancellations will be possible Wednesday morning.
Another light snow-maker is possible late Friday and early Saturday. That is likely to be followed by a bigger storm in early March. That arrives late this weekend or early next week and has a lot of wintry potential.
The pattern this week is a very cold one, with the polar vortex settling toward the Great Lakes:
A similar pattern could develop again by the middle of March:
As I mentioned, it’s the winter that won’t end.
Regardless, we trudge on. Here’s regional radar to help you out today:
Enjoy the day and take care.