Rounds of showers and thunderstorms continue to develop. These are packed with lightning and torrential rains. A few storms may produce high winds and small hail.
The second wave of snow for your Sunday will sweep through tonight and into the early morning hours. This has enough moisture and energy to possibly throw down a coating or even up to 2" of new accumulation.
The high end of the accumulation will be few and far between. However, I think that in some cases we'll see folks near those totals. For most, you will fall on the low to middle of that range. I think several 1" reports will be possible through our area.
It still looks as if we'll see snow in a few of our counties in Southern Kentucky for Monday. Another southern tracker will move through the Deep South or the Gulf of Mexico this week. It will spread snow, ice, and rain into several states. When & where it begins to make the turn up the east coast of the United States, that's what will determine the impact on our weather for Wednesday and Thursday.
Plenty of potential coming our way this week. Plenty of snow chances as well. We'll keep you updated!