This extremely light stuff can still cause a whole world of problems for everyone. Just the light stuff can lay on the roadways and cause it to get slick. Many roads are already slick and will stay that way until we get a real chance to thaw things out. This will happen!
I know I said this all before... but the SNOW WRAPS UP!!!!! The evidence I have is stacked up against the snow chances. It will lose the moisture supply and we will get a break. Just don't be surprised if there is new snow around your house on Wednesday. The snow with the 10s for lows will make for a very cold morning.
Each day this week will feature slightly warmer temps than the day before. By Friday we could be in the mid 40s in some locations. Especially, out in southern Kentucky. Low 40s will be the likely reality for the rest of us.
By Friday our next "organized" system will bring rain back to the mountains. The reason I put it in quotation marks is because it won't have great organization. The rain will begin and the snow will end the system as it pulls out of Kentucky. Colder air will begin filtering right back into Kentucky. This could come at a great time for a snow lover though. By late Saturday and early Sunday we'll have more moisture try to make it back to KY. There will be plenty of time for the moisture to lay some accumulations at that time. However, I won't jump on anything hardcore until Thursday. That will give me enough time to see if the data is for real or not. I question the strength of the cold air though. It will be close... so let's wait on that.
Then we have another chance for some wintry weather on Monday. This could be a little different though. The temps will mean everything in this case. WHY? It could be one of those fence riding systems that keeps all of us guessing until the day after it happens. Be prepared for longer discussions in the not so distant future.