Feb 10, 2014 7:11 AM by Stormtracker Meteorologist Tom Ackerman
On again off again snow showers and a round of accumulating snow late in the weekend kept it feeling very wintry around here, this week- we're taking a bit of a break. The active storm track will be pushed far south, along the Gulf coast with much of the active weather to our south through midweek. Monday will end up cloudy in the morning with some late day sunshine and it will be cold with well below average highs in the low to mid 20s! I'm tracking a round of light snow that will dive southeast across western Kentucky today and may graze our far southern and southwestern counties with light snow showers through the middle of the day.
With mostly clear skies, a north wind only around 5 mph and snow on the ground we'll have the ideal set up for a frigid winter night. Expect Tuesday morning lows to drop to the mid single digits with some spots closer to zero and the wind chill below zero. Tuesday will be partly sunny and still cold with highs in the low to mid 20s again and the wind chill in the single digits to below zero. A few snow showers could pop up Wednesday with highs climbing into the 30s as the wind shifts to the east/southeast. Thursday will be closer to 40 but we could see rain to snow showers to wrap up the work week.