4 hours 19 minutes ago
The next batch precipitation (notice we didn't specify...) is heading southward now. It will likely begin as rain, but this should be the batch that transitions into mostly light snow over the next couple of hours. So far this evening we have had reports of snow and rain/snow mixes mostly from the hilltops of eastern Kentucky. But with time tonight most of us should at least see some snow fly. A Snow Advisory is up for southeastern Kentucky where the greatest chance of more than an inch accumulation occurs. With the warm ground it will be hard to keep snow around for any length of time that does fall tonight, but there could still be slick spots, especially bridges. Lows tonight will be near 30. Saturday will be a cloudy, breezy and cold day. The snow showers will wind down during the morning from northwest to southeast. High temperatures look to top out around 40 for many of us.
8 hours ago