Winter Weather Advisories For Friday

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Updated: 1/16 11:33 pm
Midnight Update:  Winter Weather Advisories continue for most of the viewing area through Friday evening.  Snow showers have tapered off as we've approach the midnight hour, with some rain mixing in for the Lake Cumberland area.  However, more snow is expected to develop by Friday morning, with snow showers possible throughout the day as colder air moves in.  A cold front will move through early Friday morning, with temperatures starting off in the mid to upper 20s Friday morning, and falling to around 20 degrees by Friday afternoon.  Friday snowfall accumulations look to be light, with a dusting to 1" of snow possible.  Because of the snow accumulations and dropping temperatures, there will be a chance for slick spots on untreated surfaces.  The weekend will start off cold, with Saturday morning low temperatures around 14 degrees, and Saturday afternoon high temperatures around 30 degrees.  Another cold front will move through Saturday night, with a dusting of snowfall possible.  Sunday morning low temperatures will be around 23 degrees, with Sunday high temperatures around 35 degrees.
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A Winter Weather Advisory is in effect for the majority of the viewing area tonight through 7pm Friday, with a dusting to 2” of snowfall possible. Colder air will move in Friday, with temperatures dropping through the day.

TONIGHT: A cold front will move through the region tonight into early Friday, with snow showers developing. Snowfall accumulations of a dusting to one inch are possible. Overnight low temperatures will be around 25 degrees.

FRIDAY: Colder air will continue to move into the region on Friday, with high temperatures around 25 degrees early Friday morning, with temperatures falling into the upper teens by Friday afternoon. The chance for light snow showers will continue through the day Friday. Snowfall accumulations look to average between a dusting and two inches.

FRIDAY NIGHT: Snow showers will taper off Friday evening, with some clearing skies overnight Friday into early Saturday morning. Saturday morning low temperatures will be around 14 degrees.

WEEKEND: Saturday will feature mostly cloudy skies, with high temperatures around 30 degrees. Another cold front will move through late Saturday into early Sunday morning, bringing more snow chances. Only a dusting of snow is expected by early Sunday morning, yet temperatures will be around 23 degrees. With only a light coating, there could be some icy spots on roadways Sunday morning. Sunday afternoon will feature partly sunny skies, with high temperatures around 35 degrees.

NEXT WEEK: Temperatures will be back into the upper 30s to around 40 degrees by Monday, for Dr. M.L. King Jr. Day, with partly sunny skies. An arctic cold front will move through early Tuesday, with much colder air returning to the region for midweek next week. Tuesday will feature mostly cloudy skies, with a high of only 22 degrees, and the chance for some snow showers early in the day. 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.

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