After a snowy start in some areas, we saw drier weather through the day with generally mostly cloudy skies. Highs stayed cooler and more or less around the average. Tonight, a few isolated rain showers are possible in Southern Kentucky with lows around 30 degrees. We’ll working in some sunshine with clouds early Sunday with rain moving back in by the afternoon. Highs will settle in the upper 40s and some low 50s. As temperatures cool into Sunday evening and overnight, we will see rain transition into a wintry mix before turning over to snow showers. It is possible to see moderate to heavy snow showers at times overnight into Monday. The area most likely impacted by the snow will be in Southern, portions of Central, and Eastern Kentucky. Forecasting models are not consistent with snow totals, but it has been indicated that lower totals should be expected. Ground temperatures will be warm enough to help limit totals, but in the areas mentioned, we could still see 1” to 3”. These totals could change depending on how much a stationary front and area of low pressure move around the area. At this time, it is safe to expect slick spots Monday morning for the commute. Sunday night will be breezy with wind gusts around 30 mph. After some lingering morning snow, we will see drier weather through your Monday with highs in the mid 40s. We’ll hold on to below average temperatures through mid week with highs in the low to mid 40s and dry weather. More sunshine is expected Thursday with highs in the mid 50s. Rain moves in late Friday with highs during the day nearing 60 degrees. Rain is expected Saturday with highs in the low 60s.
-Meteorologist Elise Dolinar