The rain has finally moved on. Sunday begins dry and mild. This evening will bring another round of active weather. Today will be breezy with 30-35 mph gusts. During the afternoon clouds will increasing with temperatures falling into the 40s. Rain showers will develop this evening before changing to snow overnight. Minor accumulations are possible across central and eastern Kentucky as you head back to work and school after Thanksgiving vacation. Amounts will be around a half inch for the Bluegrass with some areas picking up close to one inch. The higher elevations of southeastern Kentucky could receive up to two inches of snow. Snow showers will end in time for the morning commute, but some bridges and overpasses could be a little slick. Tomorrow will remain cloudy and raw with highs only in the upper 30s.
Dry and mild, for now
Falling temperatures, wintry weather come later.
Posted: 7:36 AM, Dec 01, 2019
Updated: 2019-12-01 07:36:50-05
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