Midnight Update: A few flurries and light, scattered snow showers are beginning to show up on radar for Northern Kentucky. Most of the snow will develop by daybreak Tuesday, with snow becoming more moderate by late morning to early afternoon. Snow will taper off by late Tuesday afternoon and evening. Temperatures will fall through the day Tuesday, with morning temperatures around 25 degrees, falling closer to 15 degrees by late afternoon. Winds will also pick up through the day, with wind gusts up to 30 mph and wind chills in the single digits Tuesday afternoon. Cold temperatures will continue for the rest of the work week, with morning lows in the single digits, and afternoon highs in the upper teens to near 20 degrees. Temperatures will remain chilly for the upcoming weekend, with highs back in the 30s. A chance for some light snow will return Thursday, and again for the weekend.
A Winter Weather Advisory is in effect for all of the viewing area, with the exception for counties bordering Tennessee. Snow showers will develop Tuesday morning around daybreak, and continue into the afternoon hours. Snowfall will vary from 1" to 4" on average, with lesser amounts the further west you go, and higher amounts the further east you go. The highest snowfall looks to be out toward Pikeville, where over 5" of snowfall is possible.
TONIGHT: Temperatures will be milder this evening, and then fall into the mid 20s by Tuesday morning. Overnight low temperatures will be around 25 degrees by 8am Tuesday, and continue to fall during the day Tuesday.
TUESDAY: Temperatures will start off in in the mid to upper 20s in the morning hours, and fall into the mid-teens by Tuesday afternoon. With snow showers developing through the day Tuesday, slick spots will be possible. Snowfall amounts look to average from 1" to 4", with higher amounts for Eastern KY.
TUESDAY NIGHT: Snow will taper off Tuesday evening, with some clearing skies overnight into Wednesday morning. Temperatures will be frigid, with Wednesday morning low temperatures around 6 degrees, with wind chills below zero degrees at times.
WEDNESDAY - FRIDAY: Frigid temperatures continue for the rest of the week, with a high of 20 degrees for Wednesday, and upper teens for highs on Thursday and Friday, as another round of colder air moves in. Morning low temperatures will be in the single digits, with wind chills below zero degrees at times. There will be a chance for a few light snow showers or flurries through the end of the work week and into the weekend.
WEEKEND: Temperatures remain very cold for the weekend, with highs back in the lower 30s. There will be a chance for some light snow showers both Saturday and Sunday.