Winter’s Return

Latest computer guidance suggests the possibility to see some accumulating wet snow Friday night across Southern Kentucky. It's too soon for numbers. Stay tuned.
Latest computer guidance suggests the possibility to see some accumulating wet snow Friday night across Southern Kentucky. It’s too soon for numbers. Stay tuned.

NOWCAST THROUGH LATE MORNING:
Clearing with areas of patchy fog, a few icy spots.
5am: 35° 6am: 34° 7am: 34° 8am: 36° 9am: 42° 10am: 47° 11am: 50°

TRENDING COOLER:
Expect mostly sunny skies to return after a few morning clouds. We’ll be a little cooler with readings topping out in the lower 50s. Temperatures drop further on Thursday with a north to northeast wind. Highs Thursday will reach just the mid 40s, more typical of late January.

SNOW CHANCES:
A system tracking across the Deep South may bring a mix or rain and snow to our area Friday night. The latest forecast guidance (not gospel) suggests if the system tracks further north and west, parts of Southern and Central Kentucky could see some wet snow accumulation but this outlook could change. Otherwise, Saturday appears dry before a Clipper system rolls through late Sunday into Monday with a chance for rain and snow showers. Temperatures trend colder through the period, with highs in the upper 40s Saturday, near 50 Sunday to near 40 by Monday. Overnight lows will range from the upper 20s to lower 30s.

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TODAY:
Mainly Sunny and Cooler…High 55, winds W-10

TONIGHT:
Partly Cloudy and Colder…Low 30, winds Calm

THURSDAY:
Cooler with a mix of Sun and Clouds…High 45, winds NE-5

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