A back and forth battle is about to begin in the weather world. The next three mornings will feature a possible wintry mix or even some snow. We break out into plain old showers.
During the early morning hours on Sunday we'll see a little wintry mix. This won't last all that long. Some milder air will begin to push into the region and change anything wintry over to plain old rain. Temperatures will probably climb up to around 40 degrees for highs. Some locations in southern Kentucky will climb into the mid 40s.
The same situation will be very similar on Monday morning. However, this go around might have more of a snowy look rather than a mix. Most areas should see snow clear out by the mid morning hours. There might be a stray rain shower or two possible.
How about we go for three straight days with a morning mix possible? Well... it looks like we will do just that. Tuesday morning will feature another round of a true mix before transitioning over to rain. A big surge of warm air arrives Tuesday. I think a lot of us end up well into the low and mid 50s for highs. It is also around this time that we begin tracking some rounds of heavier rain.
Late Tuesday night into Wednesday morning we begin tracking showers and thunderstorms. That also means more rounds of heavy rain for folks that are already water-logged. You might want to keep an eye on creeks and streams during this time. The highs for Wednesday will likely occur between 12am and 7am. Temps will drop all day long! I think we end up in the 20s by the afternoon.
There will be enough moisture on the back side of this system to trigger more snow potential. Obviously, this system has a lot of time to develop and get here. Let's just say that it has accumulation potential!
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