Good Sunday to one and all. Our light snowfall on Saturday caused some big time travel problems across Kentucky. While most areas picked up an inch or less, the roads were an absolute mess, with black ice the main culprit.
Some of the black ice will still be noted early today, so slow down and take it easy if traveling this morning.
As we look toward the week ahead, it continues to be a full blown winter pattern, with several more light snow chances coming our way.
The next one arrives Monday night into Tuesday and may put down another light accumulation of snow:
Much colder air presses in through the day, with temps dropping through the 20s. Roads could again slicken up.
Two more clipper systems then impact our weather from Wednesday through Friday. The GFS shows a nice little system on Wednesday, followed by the next one Thursday and Friday:
The Canadian Model tries to get just a little deeper with that late week clipper:
We will need to watch and see if one of those clippers can dig in much deeper than the models currently suggest. Regardless, snow chances are with us from Monday night through Friday. Our first snow days of the season may show up at some point during this time.
The pattern tries to relax some next weekend, but the Ensembles go right back into developing another huge trough engulfing the eastern part of the country early next week:
Have a great Sunday and take care.