Apologies for the late blog, I've been working on a super secret project for the weather center. Trust me when I say I'm very excited about what we've been working on behind the scenes lately, you all should see our hard work here in a few weeks.
Old Man Winter is back again (did he ever really leave?) and is up to his old tricks. We're going to see an area of low pressure cross across Kentucky tonight and will likely bring a light accumulation of snow to the region. Here's a look at the latest run of the NAM model for how much snow we can see.
As you can see most of us will see less than an inch, and most of that snow will be on the grassy and elevated surfaces. A few slick spots will be possible on the morning commute, especially on the bridges and overpasses. Down near the Tennessee border we may struggle to change over to all snow and may just see a wintry mix tonight. You can track the action on the radar below.
The good news is once the snow moves out we only have one more day of cold to deal with. After that temperatures start trending upwards! Check out the 7-Day Forecast:
All I have to say is bring on the springtime! Be sure to leave your reports and pics of snow on the WYMT Facebook page!