A low is in the express lane that will stretch from Texas to the eastern seaboard. As this speedy system passes by we will see a quick-hit of wintry weather in the form of a wet snow, a little freezing rain, and a cold rain tonight. It will all come down to location. The track has been trending south with recent model runs, but the amounts are still on track. The best areas of light snowfall accumulations will be south of I-64. A narrow band of one to three inches will be possible by early Saturday morning south of Lexington. On either side of this stripe, snowfall amounts will drop off. An icy mix will be possible near the Tennessee border.
During the afternoon tomorrow we will see some sunshine, but it stays chilly with highs in the mid 30s. There will be another ripple of a wintry mix Saturday night into Sunday. Rain showers will continue throughout the day on Sunday. Next week will begin chilly, but remain quite mild with highs in the mid 50s and 60s. Rain chances will re-appear in the StormTracker forecast during the middle of the week.