Winter Weather Continues

Good Sunday, folks. Our nasty weekend of winter weather rolls on with more rain and some snow out there today. We’ve had every form of precipitation this weekend, so what’s another day or two with more?

The best chance for additional accumulating snows early today will be across northern parts of the state. Here are the current Winter Weather Alerts:

As that pulls away, one small disturbance is leftover for late Sunday into Monday morning. This will be a light mix and light snow maker than can put down light accumulations across, especially southeastern Kentucky:

Temps rebound quickly by the middle of the week before another system moves in with rain by Friday. That takes us into next weekend and another potent setup. The European Model presses arctic air in here with a storm system developing along the boundary:

That’s a snow signal from the lower Mississippi Valley through our region and into the Mid-Atlantic.

The Canadian has a similar look:

The new version of the GFS is also similar but has two storms:

The GFS has the same look, but is, predictably, farther east:

The model does follow that up with another potent storm that unleashes brutal cold on the country:

The funny thing is… Something like that is totally plausible in the pattern taking shape. It’s uncanny how this is evolving in relation to the winter forecast and my analog years.

You’re really going to be hard pressed to ever find a colder look on the Ensembles than what they’re giving us over the next few weeks:

I leave you with your tracking tools:

Hamburg Area from WKYT Studio

I-75 @ Newtown Pike

I-75/I-65 Northern Split Lexington

I-75 MP 127

I-64 at KY-801
Near Morehead

I-64 MP 97
I-64 WB @ MP 97


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Have a great Sunday and take care.

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