Very slow moving showers and thunderstorms will move into our area overnight and Sunday. The potential for flooding will be heightened in southern and eastern Kentucky.
There's really not much change in the forecast today. Yesterday and today will be carbon copies of each other as mostly sunny skies will be around, but still very chilly with highs in the 20s & 30s. We stay dry today and most of the day on Friday. Come Friday evening/night into Saturday morning we will start to see a weak disturbance that will bring us a wintry mix. Some light snow accumulations can be expected with this one. If you have any plans or events going on Saturday afternoon/evening I think you can stick to them as most of the activity looks to be gone by then with highs in the 40s.
All eyes are focused on the Sunday into Monday system. This is where a wintry mess will take place. Here's what we do know...A storm system will approach the Ohio River Valley leading to rain/sleet/freezing rain/snow. Here's what we don't know...Which track this storm system will take therefore we don't know who will see what and at what time. So many questions on this one. This is not a system that can be pinpointed 2-4 days out. This will be one we will have to watch all the way up to the day it happens.
Meteorologist Micah Harris