The month is going out on a cold and, sometimes, snowy note here in the bluegrass state. Rounds of snow showers and squalls will be with us for a few more days and that means March will come roaring in on a wintry note.
Tonight's action will feature breaks between the snow and that’s a hard way to get much in the way of accumulation. Still, the heavier bursts of snow can cover things up for a time.
A similar setup will be with us for Friday and Saturday as even colder air filters in from the northwest. Late Friday into Friday night will have a decent shot at seeing some light accumulation for much of the area. Highs over the weekend will run in the upper 20s and low 30s with lows dipping into the teens by Sunday and Monday. Normal highs during this period are in the low 50s.
We will then turn our attention toward the northwestern sky and a system dropping in here Monday night and Tuesday. This should have a band of snow with it.
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