Good Monday to one and all. We have a very active week of weather taking shape across central and eastern Kentucky with three systems set to impact us. The first arrives today in the form of rain, but it should be able to produce a little bit of winter stuff later tonight and Tuesday.
The day starts mainly dry, but the rain quickly engulfs the region as the day wears on. Locally heavy rain will be noted in the east:
As this system goes by, some trailing rain and snow moves in from the west, with a gradual switch to light snow:
The Hi-Res NAM continues to spit out some light accumulations in the area we’ve been highlighting as having the best chance or seeing some snow:
Notice lower res NAM isn’t as excited:
The Hi Res did much better with the Friday night snow showers and flurries than any other model, so we shall see. Still, this looks fairly light for any areas that can actually get in on some early Tuesday accumulations.
Our next system slowly rolls in from the Gulf of Mexico later Wednesday and may carry us through Friday. This can bring a whole mixed bag of precipitation our way, with arctic air bring some flakes behind it for next weekend:
The Canadian is even slower with that mess:
Have a great Monday and take care.