We are rolling into another very wintry pattern across central and eastern Kentucky. It's one that will feature much colder than normal temperatures and the threat of more snow.
The first chance of light snow returns Tuesday night as a fast-moving system zips in. This could drop enough light snow to produce some travel problems by Wednesday morning. Arctic air will accompany this band of snow and could send readings toward the high single digits by early Wednesday.
Highs Wednesday will only reach the low 20s for most of the region. Thursday is another very cold day with partly sunny skies.
The next system moves in for late Friday into Saturday and brings another chance of snow our way.