WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY for Breckinridge, Christian, Hopkins, McLean, Muhlenberg, Ohio and Todd counties until 6am Tuesday.
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A mainly clear sky this morning with increasing clouds from the west as toward midday.
ANOTHER WINTER TEASE:
We’ll start with a little sunshine today but clouds will be on the increase ahead of Gulf moisture being drawn in from high pressure to the east and a low pressure system to our south. Areas to our west may begin to see a little mixed precipitation this afternoon then spreading east tonight. Southern Kentucky could see a mix of rain, sleet and snow as a layer of warm air invades the system. This may cause hazardous driving conditions late tonight and early Tuesday with roadway temperatures near freezing.
STILL UNSETTLED, BUT WARMER:
Valentine’s Day will see any mixed precipitation change to all rain as temperatures warm back above freezing. Little, if any accumulation of snow or ice is expected. The warming trend will continue Wednesday and Thursday with readings reaching into the low to mid 50s but with that will come more rain both days.
The upcoming weekend looks nice with sunshine and high temps in the low to mid 50s.
Increasing Clouds, Afternoon Mix…High 40, winds S-7
Precip Chance 20% – Rain Amount .05″
Rain & Sleet Mix to Snow…Low 33, winds S-7
Precip Chance 90% – Rain Amount .15″ – Little or no Snow accumulation
AM Mix to Rain…High 42, winds SW-9
Precip Chance 60% – Rain Amount .10″ – Little or no Snow accumulation