Snow Possible For Some, Then Warming On Sunday

Snow Possible For Some, Then Warming On Sunday

A Winter Weather Advisory is in effect for far southeastern Kentucky, but any snow that accumulates won't last long. We'll start to warm back up Sunday with more sunshine.
A Winter Weather Advisory is in effect for Harlan, Letcher, and Pike counties through late Sunday morning. Snow could create hazardous travel for southeast Kentucky.

Midnight Update: Most of the wintry mix and snow has now pushed east of I-75 and will continue to clear from west to east through Sunday morning.

Temperatures are now dropping to to freezing in eastern Kentucky, with Morehead, Jackson, and Prestonsburg all at 32° as of midnight. This could allow for the snow to start accumulating in some areas.

Forecast: Rain showers continues to push through Kentucky, with some breaks in the rain now appearing in central and southern Kentucky. The rain will continue at times Saturday night, but as temperatures drop, wet snow may mix in with the rain. By midnight, most of central Kentucky will dry out.

Early Sunday morning, eastern and southeastern Kentucky could see a complete change to snow, with some areas seeing accumulations between a dusting and 3 inches. Breezy winds could cause the snow to blow around, reducing visibilities. Slippery roads will also be possible, especially on bridges, overpasses, and untreated roads.

By Sunday morning, central Kentucky will see clearing skies with temperatures in the upper 20s.

Any snow that accumulates won't be stay long. Temperatures will climb into the mid 50s Sunday afternoon under mostly sunny skies.

The warming trend continues Monday with mostly sunny skies and highs in the mid 60s.
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