More Snow Chances This Weekend

Reported by: Jason Myers
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Updated: 1/17 11:56 pm
Early Weekend Update:  We will start off your weekend with frigid temperatures and partly sunny skies early Saturday, with mostly cloudy skies developing Saturday afternoon.  Saturday afternoon high temperatures will be around 29 degrees, with wind chills in the teens.  A weather disturbance will move across the region Satuday night into Sunday morning, bringing a chance for a dusting to 2" of snow.  Higher snowfall totals look to be north of I-64, with lesser amounts for Southern Kentucky.  Sunday morning low temperatures will be around 24 degrees, so there will be a chance for some slick spots early Sunday.  Sunday will start off with some lingering snow showers in the morning hours, with clearing skies into the afternoon.  Sunday afternoon high temperatures will remain chilly, with a high of 34 degrees.  Our warmest day in the week ahead will be on Monday, for the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday, with highs back in the upper 30s.  Another strong cold front will move through early Tuesday, with highs in the upper teens to lower 20s Tuesday through Thursday of next week.

Snow showers and flurries will taper off overnight, yet more snow chances return Saturday night into Sunday morning. Cold temperatures continue through the weekend, with another round of arctic air by midweek next week.

TONIGHT: Snow showers will taper off overnight, with some clearing skies into early Saturday morning. Saturday morning low temperatures will be around 13 degrees, with wind chills in the lower single digits.

SATURDAY: Saturday will feature partly sunny skies in the morning, with mostly cloudy skies by the afternoon, with high temperatures around 29 degrees.

SATURDAY NIGHT: A quick moving clipper system will move through the region Saturday night, bringing more snow showers. A dusting to two inches of snowfall is expected by early Sunday morning, with temperatures around 24 degrees.

SUNDAY: Some lingering snow showers will be possible Sunday morning, with clearing skies through the afternoon. Sunday afternoon high temperatures will be around 34 degrees.

NEXT WEEK: Temperatures will be back into the upper 30s by Monday, for Dr. M.L. King Jr. Day, with partly sunny skies. An arctic cold front will move through early Tuesday, with colder air returning for the rest of next week. Tuesday will feature partly cloudy skies, with a high of only 22 degrees, and the chance for some snow showers. Wednesday will be even colder, with Wednesday morning low temperatures around 7 degrees, and Wednesday afternoon high temperatures around 19 degrees under partly sunny skies. Temperatures remain in the lower 20s for Thursday and upper 20s for next Friday.

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