Be on the look out for a few flurries this afternoon with temps in the mid 30s. Currently, our Viper HD Radar is showing lots of moisture overhead; however, the snowflakes & light showers are not making it to the ground. That moisture is evaporating before reaching the ground. Through the afternoon, I anticipate our atmosphere to moisten up, which will support that precipitation making it to the ground.
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Happy New Year's Eve!
We're cold and cloudy this morning with temps in the 20s and 30s. By lunch time, look for the clouds to continue to thicken up. A few sprinkles & flurries are possible through the day with the main push of precipitation (ppt) moving in during the evening and overnight hours. Rain, sleet and snow showers are possible. Rain & sleet with be the main ppt type south of I-64. North of I-64, look for sleet and snow in our northern Blue Grass counties.
An accumulation is possible north of I-64...on the order of 0.5". A very light layer of ice may form beneath that accumulation, so please take care on the roadways first thing New Year's Day morning.
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