Now that we are into mid January, the weather is proving a bit more January-like as we've already picked up some snow late last night through early this morning then we have been seeing some more snow showers even now. This kind of wintry weather will continue for one more day into our Sunday with, yes, a bit more added accumulation as well. Temperatures will be hovering freezing overnight into early morning, so do watch your travels as mentioned before, any heavier snow shower could change road conditions quickly. A couple of different rounds of snow is expected tomorrow. One will be in the morning between 7 and 11 am then the second will be later in the day toward evening. The evening snow showers look to be a bit heavier as they will be more convectively driven which could equal heavier snows and quick accumulations, not to mention windy too.
Over the next 24 hours, snow totals should be 1 to 2 inches for areas around and north of I-64. Near the Lakes Region, we're thinking closer to 1 inch total, maybe less. The higher terrain (eastern KY) will be the ones that could see 2 to 4 inches with the 4-inchers being on mountain tops. Regardless, you will want to be aware of slick spots on roads, especially bridges and overpasses. As we move into Monday, the snow chances greatly diminish and we're looking at a slightly calmer week ahead with a couple of days into the 40s. Thursday looks to be the warmest day with highs in the upper 40s plus some rain.