LEXINGTON, Ky. (WKYT) - Any accumulation we see between today & tomorrow will be on the light side. Most of the good stuff has already fallen, but some of the snow showers that develop today could cause issues. Mainly, some more light values will show up out there.
The next wave will drop in on Thursday night. It probably starts with some rain and the ends as snow. Again, this shouldn't be a problem for folks traveling out there. Even with the flakes lingering into the early morning hours on Friday. That wave will pull away and our next one will not arrive until late Saturday night/Sunday morning.
The final wave of this period is the most interesting one of the run. It has the potential to be the most potent system of the young season. A wave will roll into our southern skies on Saturday night. Moisture will begin spreading north into Kentucky. Initially, we will see rain & snow mixing. It will make a switch over to all snow for an extended period of time between Sunday & Monday. If trends continue, it means we have a solid chance of accumulation. As of this moment... that's exactly what I think. Now, if those trends change and show more rain or less of everything or nothing... we'll have to pull that into the decision making. It's tricky! We'll be watching it!
Have a great day!