The flash flood threat increases late tonight and into Friday. 1"-4" will be felt for most through Saturday.
Another round of wintry weather is on the move this evening. This system will start creeping into the area during the overnight and early morning hours. Just in time for folks to head out to school or work.
A Winter Weather Advisory begins tonight and runs through Tuesday evening for many.
Snow will begin in Central Kentucky on between 4 & 7am. In the beginning the radar will look much worse that what we are seeing on the ground. The atmosphere will have to go through a moistening up period. This should still have a solid impact on the morning commute through the entire area.
Winds will be whipping the snow around too. We could see wind gusts up to 30mph. You factor that in with the nature of this snow and you can expect low visibility and tricky driving conditions. Not only because of the snow on the ground, but because we could see near whiteout conditions.
The Arctic chill will be quite expansive. We are talking single didgit lows and wind chill readings that will likely dip below 0 from time to time.
We'll have much more all evening and into your Tuesday.