Rain will become more widespread through the evening and into the overnight. The colder air will catch-up with this system on Monday morning and that means some light snow will be possible.
Some of the model data tried to pull this system a little deeper into Tennessee. Everything is now keeping it in Kentucky. That was a critical difference for us. The more southern track would have meant a snowier set-up for folks across Kentucky. Not the case since this system will be passing right over top of us.
Snow will fly on the backside, but we are not talking significant accumulations. I do think that we might see some light totals come into play. That's really about it though. Expect some on and off snow showers through Monday evening and into Tuesday. Highs will be down by several degrees compared to Sunday's temperatures.
It looks like we'll lock into a dry break by midweek before another shower/snow-maker comes calling. This doesn't happen until Thursday. I think temps will probably bump back into the low and mid 40s to support those showers on Thursday. Just like this weekend system, snow will develop on the back end.
Watch for some slick spots early on Monday morning.
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