A disturbance to our south will clip parts of S. KY, and light snow is possible near the TN state line & far southeastern parts of the KY. Of those areas that get a little snow, most won’t get much more than a dusting. However, far SE KY (mainly SE of London to the VA state line) could get up to 2″ of snow before 4pm. Otherwise, the rest of the state will have dry conditions and a cloudy morning. Skies will gradually clear through the afternoon, and this will lead to a clear sky tonight as a Canadian High moves on top of our Region.
This Canadian High is affiliated with a very cold air mass, and temps will fall into the TEENS tonight through Friday morning. Thankfully, it will be a sunny day…but afternoon highs will only reach around 40 degrees. The High will remain over the region through Saturday morning before eventually moving to the SE U.S. So, expect a very cold Saturday morning with low 20s before a rebound to around 50 degrees by the afternoon (thanks to a southerly wind). Sunday looks dry with a few passing clouds and highs in the Mid-Upper 50s.
The next rain maker moves in Monday, and it’ll bring a likely chance for rain throughout the day as an area of Low pressure slides across the Ohio Valley. Temps remain in the Mid 50s for highs, but it gets a little cooler behind this system by Tuesday. Forecast models are indicating that another system will move in by Wednesday…bringing more rain. However, this could change…so stay tuned for updates.