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Rain Before the Snow

More active wrap to our weekend
Posted at 5:05 PM, Nov 28, 2020

The weekend has been a nice and quiet one so far, but we have more changes coming up as we finish out the month of November. Snow will happen for most of the state and it will likely be impacting your Monday evening commute into Tuesday morning, but before we see the snow, we have to get through some rain first. Most of our Sunday will be dry especially the morning. Clouds will increase through the day then give way to a few showers moving from south to the north throughout the evening and into Sunday night. Rain totals look to be between half to three quarters of an inch by Monday morning.

As the cold front nears, the rain will begin to transition over to snow showers Monday morning starting in northern KY, but temperatures will likely not support any accumulation yet. Monday's highs will be the mid 30s then slowly falling into the evening. That is when the snow will most likely impact your travel or plans. Snow showers then roll through Tuesday eventually becoming lighter then ending by evening. Snow totals are still up in the air for a few more hours, but we can tell you it won't be a huge snow. You do want to make plans now, though, for some tricky travel late Monday through late Tuesday.