Good evening, gang. A round of light snow is on the way to the bluegrass state tonight and could cause some travel issues. I’m not expecting a lot of snow, but what falls will likely be enough for some cancellations and delays Wednesday morning.
Here’s a breakdown:
– Light snow develops late this evening and ramps up into the wee hours of the morning. This will zip across the region and be pushing out of eastern Ky shortly after daybreak.
– With the expected cold temps… roads may become slick and even snow covered for a time. A Winter Weather Advisory is out for much of central and eastern Kentucky tonight…
– Snowfall totals won’t be that impressive, but an inch or two will be possible for some with locally higher amounts in the east…
– Speaking of the cold… temps by morning will hit the high single digits in the north and mid teens in the south. Gusty winds will give us wind chill readings below zero for the northern half of the state and single digits in the south.
– The rest of your Wednesday looks good, but it will be COLD. Highs will range from 20-25 degrees with wind chill numbers in the single digits at times.