Good Saturday, everyone. The much anticipated Super Bowl Sunday storm system continues to take a more northerly track. That will leave the bluegrass state with a lot more rain than snow.
Here are the highlights of what to expect:
– A band of light rain and light snow will develop from west to east late this evening into tonight.
– Sunday looks to feature gusty winds and mainly rain across our region as low pressure tracks right on top of the region.
– The more northerly track leaves the primary threat for heavy snow well to our north. Here’s a look at the Highest Risk:
– I left the chance across Kentucky on the super small chance we see that low wind up a little farther south.
– Rain will likely hang around into Sunday evening before colder air wraps back in Sunday night. That should mean a switch to some snow for many areas.
– A period of light snow will be likely early Monday and that could put down some accumulations. Gusty winds will usher in much colder temps with highs only in the low 20s.
Again, that’s how things currently look with the storm system. I will be monitoring the setup today and have updates if I see any changes.
I leave you with regional radar to track the action in from the west:
Make it a great day and take care.