Good Thursday, folks. We have a touch of winter impacting parts of southern and southeastern Kentucky today. This may drop light accumulations for some, but most areas stay cold and dry.
A band of light snow skirts across southern Kentucky and may increase just a bit across far southeastern Kentucky. Light accumulations are possible, with up to a few inches POSSIBLY falling along the Virginia border counties. Here’s a rough outline on where this may setup up:
I will have your tracking tools in a bit.
The rest of the state will see a mix of sun and clouds and temps generally in the 30s. Lows by Friday are frigid and hit the teens for many. Sunny skies will boost afternoon temps into the upper 30s and low 40s.
Saturday looks gorgeous so make plans to get out and enjoy it.
Our next system moves in with clouds on Sunday, but rains won’t arrive until late in the day or during the evening. That system brings gusty rains into Monday, but drags a cold front through here with much colder air to follow. There may also be a second system working through, bringing a round of winter weather with it.
The signal for this has been pretty strong and remains so on the models:
I have you all set to do some light snow tracking…
Mountain Parkway near Slade
Make it a great Thursday and take care.