Overview: A Winter Weather Advisory is in effect for early Saturday, with a trace to 4” of snowfall expected. Isolated 4”+ snowfall amounts are possible for Northern Kentucky. A Winter Storm Warning is in effect along and north of the Ohio River, where 4” to 6” of snowfall is expected. Snow is expected for Saturday morning, with a transition to a rain-snow mix into Saturday afternoon and evening. Northern Kentucky may stay as all snow, while Southern Kentucky may transition and stay as rain sooner. A rain-snow mix will possible into Sunday and Monday, with afternoon highs in the mid 30s expected.
TONIGHT: Snow showers develop with overnight low temperatures around 28 degrees.
SATURDAY: Snow showers to a rain-snow mix will be possible during the day, with the chance for an accumulating snow that may impact roads and travelers. Saturday high temperatures will be around 36 degrees. A trace to 4”+ of snow is possible across Kentucky, with higher amounts for Northern Kentucky.
SATURDAY NIGHT: Snow showers for Northern Kentucky and a rain-snow mix for Southern Kentucky will linger, with overnight low temperatures around 32 degrees.
SUNDAY: A rain-snow mix is expected to linger into Sunday, with a high temperature of 37 degrees.
SUNDAY NIGHT: Mostly cloudy skies and freezing cold temperatures continue, with a low of 27 degrees. Snow flurries will linger, with slick spots possible on area roads.
MONDAY: Cloudy skies and cold temperatures continue with a high of 36 degrees. Snow showers to freezing drizzle will taper off during the day.
MONDAY NIGHT: Partly cloudy skies develop, with a low of 24 degrees.
TUESDAY: Partly cloudy skies develop, with a high of 40 degrees.
TUESDAY NIGHT: Mostly cloudy skies and cold temperatures continue, with a low of 31 degrees.
WEDNESDAY: Mostly cloudy skies and cold temperatures continue, with a high of 42 degrees. A rain-snow mix will be possible.
WEDNESDAY NIGHT: Mostly cloudy skies and cold temperatures continue, with a low of 29 degrees.
THURSDAY: Mostly cloudy skies and a few rain showers will be possible, with a high of 41 degrees.
-Chief Meteorologist Jason Myers