A big winter storm is taking aim at the eastern part of the country and may brush parts of eastern Kentucky. A period of light rain and snow will develop tonight across the far southeast. That changes to light snow early Wednesday.
Some accumulations will be possible in that area. The rest of central and eastern Kentucky will see partly cloudy skies with highs in the upper 30s to low 40s.
Another light snow maker works in from the northwest Wednesday night into Thanksgiving morning. That could bring a swath of light accumulations. The best chance for that will be along and south of Interstate 64.
Lingering flurries will carry is into Thanksgiving with highs in the 30s.
Temps will rebound this weekend with the threat for rain on the increase.
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