It's a First Alert Severe Weather Day across our region as we track the potential for heavy snow and ice to impact parts of the Commonwealth.
A cold morning will start out your Saturday morning as temperatures are in the mid-20s and unfortunately it won't get much better. Highs by this afternoon will only reach into the mid-30s with clouds increase throughout the day. Conditions most of the day will stay dry, but then by later overnight snow will make an appearance.
A wintry mix will continue through the early morning hours turning to most snow as long as temperatures stay cold enough. This snow will continue for southern and southeastern Kentucky throughout the afternoon hours before clearing up by the evening. Winter Weather Advisories have already been issued across those regions. Snowfall accumulations could still change, but what we do know is that there will be a sharp cutoff between a good coating of snow and hardly any snow at all. Either way, drive safe and cautiously on the roadways.
Heading back into the work week, we could see a few more flurries fly on Monday, but then it turns more dry by the middle of the week. Temperatures will also be split for the work week as well with lower 30s as highs through Tuesday and then we eventually turn into the upper 40s and lower 50s with rain by the end of the week.