Much of the bluegrass state is encased in a block of ice as our storm slowly begins to pull away from the area. But, we have no time to rest as we already shift into Winter Storm THREAT mode for Sunday night through Tuesday. Oh and another storm will follow that up.
Light freezing rain, sleet and snow continues across areas of southern and eastern Kentucky, adding to more issues. This action slowly ends by evening with some freezing drizzle leftover into tonight.
Clouds are usually tough to get rid of in a setup like this, so I’m not too confident on much melting into Friday. There could even be some patchy freezing drizzle or a few flakes for some.
The next system arrives Saturday with a light wintry mix, especially across central and eastern Kentucky.
A developing winter storm will then quickly move into our region Sunday night with waves of snow, sleet and freezing rain through Monday and Tuesday. Significant amounts of each are likely to fall during this time.
Another winter storm will likely follow that up by Wednesday night and Thursday. These two have the potential to effectively shut down parts of the Ohio Valley.