Our very wintry pattern rolls on across central and eastern Kentucky. Light snow tonight may be the opening act to a bigger system lurking for later this weekend.
I can't rule out a coating of snow in a few areas later tonight and early Friday as temps hit the low and middle 20s.
Our developing winter storm will target the state late Saturday through early Monday. The exact track of the storm is the big determining factor on how much, if any, snow or ice you see outside your house.
The greatest threat for an impact from this storm is across the southern half of Kentucky, generally south of Interstate 64. Some of these areas may pick up on significant snows on Sunday, especially across the southeast.
It's a very fine line we are walking between snow and no snow. Again, it's all about where that low tracks on Sunday.