The flash flood threat increases late tonight and into Thursday. Rounds of storms may dump a lot of rain across our region.
Light snow accumulations are a real possibility out there for many folks across a big chunk of Kentucky. The keyword is "Light" for this event. That doesn't mean that we couldn't run into some slick spots during the early morning hours on Tuesday.
A system will sweep in during the overnight and into the day on Tuesday. This system might have just enough warm air with it to keep rain in southern Kentucky initially. The rest of us will begin seeing another round of snow. Grassy areas and elevated spots will likely be the first locations to see the white stuff accumulate. In most cases 1" or less is the safe call here. Isolated locations could see a little more and in parts of eastern Kentucky those totals could be slightly healthier.
Winds will be whipping as this system passes through the area. You throw the cold temps in with gusty winds and we have cold Wind Chill readings. It looks like as we cross over into Wednesday morning we could even see some of those readings dip into the single digits... AGAIN!
Beyond the snow and cold, it looks like we get things back on track with highs in the 50s and 60s by the end of the week. We'll even be talking showers and thunderstorms for that same time period.
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