Storms continue to develop across our region. This action will dump additional heavy rains that can cause flash flooding.
Today’s nasty weather is finally starting to come to an end for some. Steady showers will continue to push east through the early evening, with clouds sticking around overnight.
Winter will try to deliver another punch later this evening, as a snowy mix filter in from the northeast. The eastern zones have the best chance to see a little accumulation, but for most of us it will just be a few flakes.
A Winter Weather Advisory has been issued for far southeastern Kentucky. The Advisory runs through Sunday morning and includes Martin, Pike, Harlan, and Letcher Counties. Most areas could pick up some light accumulations, with a few inches possible on ridges.
Sunday looks much better, with temperatures in the mid to upper 50s and lots of sunshine. It will be a great day to get outdoors or get things done.
The warming trend continues into the week, with more spring like temperatures. Then things begin to look stormy again for the middle and end of the week.