Storms continue to develop across our region. This action will dump additional heavy rains that can cause flash flooding.
A cold Friday is in store for all of us here in Kentucky. Some snow flurries this morning in the southeastern zones, but that will taper off before 10am. Roads will be the main concern, especially the back roads and neighborhoods. This snow is going nowhere anytime soon as our highs this afternoon sit in the teens and 20s! At least it's a long weekend for some of us though!
Going into Saturday we are looking at a pretty nice day, especially compared to what we are going through today. Highs will be in the 30s with mostly sunny skies. Let's talk about Sunday...
-Sunday morning will feature sun and clouds before rain moves in with the front.
-Sunday afternoon/evening the front pushes through with moderate snow to follow. This system looks a bit more stout than the one we just went through. This meaning higher snow totals for most. We will see how it plays out.
Behind this front for Monday and Tuesday is what really gets my attention. Highs in the single digits with overnight lows below zero!! That's when it becomes VERY dangerous. We must start preparing for this Arctic blast.
Meteorologist Micah Harris