After enjoying some dry time this weekend, another few rounds of wintry weather move into our region, bringing snow chances along with them.
Skies will remain mostly clear out there for this evening and tonight, with dry conditions continuing. Temperatures will stay on the chilly side through this evening in the 30s and then cool further into the 20s as we head later into tonight. Winds will stay light, so frost is likely to form again through tonight and overnight.
By Monday morning, we’ll begin the day in the mid to upper-20s with frost forming on several surfaces. Skies will be on the sunny side in the morning, but as we progress throughout the day, clouds will slowly increase from the south, but highs should still rise into the upper 30s yet again. As we head into Monday evening and night, another system approaches from the southwest that could bring some light snowfall across mainly southern and eastern Kentucky, with a few flakes making their way into the Bluegrass region. While we aren’t expecting any significant impacts with this system, a light dusting or light accumulation is still possible for some people.
We enter another dry period that lasts from Tuesday through Thursday, with most days featuring sun and clouds mixed in. Then, by the end of the week and into next weekend, a more robust system moves in with a cold front approaching from the northwest first on Friday and then a true northwesterly snowfall by Saturday and into parts of Sunday. We’re not going to talk about any accumulation totals this far out, but it does seem this system will kick-off a more active wintry pattern with more systems lined up behind it, so definitely something to watch.