The forecast is taking a turn for the wintry side as we head to Thanksgiving. A storm system approaching from the south continues to drift further west and is putting eastern Kentucky on the edge of an area of accumulating snow tonight and early on Wednesday.
The best chances of accumulation will be in the mountains above 2500 feet, where they may see 1-3"s, however a little light accumulation is possible on the grassy surfaces and elevated surfaces below that. Travel impacts will be felt the hardest in the higher elevations of Pike, Harlan, Letcher, Floyd, Knott and Perry Counties, especially the closer to the Virginia border.
After a break in the wintry mess Wednesday around midday through the evening, a clipper system will come into the region. This may drop a little wintry mix or out right snow early Thanksgiving morning, and could put down a light accumulation, but chances are low.
Black Friday looks dry and cold, and as we head into the weekend we warm up, but with it come chances of rain.
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