Rain and a surge of mild air is approaching eastern Kentucky. High temperatures will top out around 50° Sunday afternoon with rain moving in after 2 p.m. ahead of a cold front. Once the cold front moves through, temperatures will plummet into the 20s on Monday. This will change the rain showers to snow showers.
It's another light snow event with cold northwesterly winds that we have seen time and time again this winter. Total accumulations from Monday morning into the early evening will be around an inch on the Virginia border (Pine and Black Mountains) with around a half inch or less elsewhere.
We stay dry until the next storm system brings a light rain/snow mix Wednesday night and Thursday. There is a chance that this storm system misses eastern Kentucky to the south. We'll be watching the trends in the coming days.
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