A little slushy snow out there today

Good Monday to one and all. It’s only the 2nd day of December, but we are seeing another little light snow setup across our region. This won’t be much snow, but some slush will likely show up on elevated and grassy surfaces.

Parts of the region remain under a Winter Weather Advisory through early tonight. Here’s a look:

The wet snows will be flying early this morning and that may impact the morning commute in some areas. The accumulations are light with this and are showing up in streaks, meaning not everyone gets in on the action. Pockets of an inch or two will show up, with lots of coatings in between and this goes through Tuesday morning.

As our northwesterly flow kicks in, snow showers and flurries will likely continue through Tuesday morning across central and eastern Kentucky.

Temps are seasonally cold:

Gusty winds make it feel much colder:

A weak system works into the Ohio Valley on Wednesday and may offer a glancing blow of rain and snow to northeastern Kentucky. That will keep the below normal temperatures going through the rest of the week. That’s when a reinforcing shot of cold comes our way to start the weekend. That will be introduced by a system shearing out as it works east, bringing some chilly showers for Friday:

We will also keep an eye on the setup for early next week:

Here are your slushy snow tracking toys:





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Covington area

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Bowling Green


Fort Campbell

Mountain Parkway near Slade

Pine Mountain





Mt. Vernon

Have a happy Monday and take care.

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