A touch of winter weather shows up

Good Saturday, everyone. After another soaking rainfall, it’s time to turn our attention toward a little winter weather showing up. We have the potential for some light snow showers through early Sunday, with additional systems showing up in the week ahead.

Today’s temps are marginal for snow, so anything that falls will be fairly wet with a lot of melting. Still, a little slush is possible, especially after dark. This will continue into early Sunday.

Temps are mainly in the 30s today and Sunday, but gusty winds will make it feel much colder. Wind chills are in the 20s:

I will have your tracking toys in a bit.

Another weak system brings a touch of light rain and some light snow Sunday night and Monday, then again by Wednesday.

The pattern for next weekend continues to feature the potential for a much bigger storm system somewhere in the eastern part of the country:

I leave you with your Saturday tracking tools:

Covington area

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Florence

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Interstate 71 in Gallatin County

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Maysville

Louisville

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Georgetown

Frankfort

Morehead

Lexington


Pine Mountain

Mt. Vernon

Corbin

Mountain Parkway near Slade

Make it  a great day and take care.

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