The forecast takes a turn to the wintry side across Eastern Kentucky tonight. The rain should begin to mix in with some snow after 8 PM and we should see a change over to nothing but snow after midnight. Temperatures will fall into the lower 30s and upper 20s overnight.
How much snow will we see? Well it all depends on where you live. Most of the region will see a coating to an inch, but places in Whitley, Knox, Bell, Letcher, Harlan, Pike, Floyd, Knott, Perry, Clay, Leslie, Owsley, Lee, Breathitt, and Magoffin Counties will see 1-3"s with the highest totals on the ridges.
More snow is likely in the higher elevations along the Virginia border. At least 2-4"s is possible above 1000' and 4-8"s above 2,500". Roads in the higher elevations may become slick during the heaviest of the snow in the earliest hours of Saturday morning.
Temperatures will dip into the mid 20s with partly cloudy skies. Highs on Sunday top out near 40. Sunny skies are expected Monday, but it will still be chilly. Tuesday will be warmer with lows in the lower 40s and highs in the lower 60s, but showers will return late in the day.
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