Some of KY saw a nice amount of snow overnight and into early this morning, but central and northern KY really missed out. There were reports as high as 6" and 7" in the mountains of far SE KY. Now that we are wrapping up the weekend, we are heading into a calmer stretch of weather...for about 2 days, then much more action returns. The good news is that temperatures will be on the warmer side tomorrow and Tuesday as we reach the low 40s. Times of sunshine are also expected especially early Monday.
As we inch toward mid week that's when things turn a bit more interesting as we take a few more hits from winter. First we will see a couple of low pressures begin to traverse through the Ohio Valley. Temperatures will drop near the surface, but we could have some warmer air aloft. If that continues to be the trend, then we could have a pretty impactful weather event coming up between Wednesday and Thursday with the greatest threat being freezing rain or ice. We will continue to monitor this as we move forward. After that event, models are still pointing at the Arctic blast reaching Kentucky by late week/weekend with high temperatures ranging in the upper teens/low 20s and low temperatures reaching single digits. Until then, enjoy some calm weather on Monday and Tuesday.