A cold front crossed the state this morning, and MUCH COLDER AIR is filtering in behind it. Temps will range from 20-30 degrees colder compared to yesterday (30s)…plus the wind will make it FEEL even colder (20s).
Moisture lingers behind the cold front, and the colder air will definitely meet up with it. So, parts of KY (mainly areas east of I-65 and south of I-64) will deal with a transition from Rain to Snow as the day goes on. Accumulation amounts look much less (compared to yesterday’s thinking) due to drier air moving in. However, extreme SSE KY could get 1″ – 2″ of snow. Otherwise, only a few snowflakes expected around Bowling Green and possibly Lexington (but no accumulations).
Tonight, lows fall into the 20s across the state with wind chill values possibly in the Teens…making for a Frigid start to your Wednesday. Thankfully, there will be LOTS of sunshine due to High Pressure having control…and temps should be able to reach the low 40s. Seasonable temps return by Thursday afternoon with highs near 50°.
Unsettled weather returns Friday into the start of the weekend with scattered showers possible. We’re still closely monitoring Sunday & Monday’s weather because some forecast models are indicating snow for early next week. Stay tuned as we have plenty of time to monitor that potential.