Daily Archives: December 29, 2017
Time posted: 9:39 pm
Good evening, gang. Our first round of light snow covered roads across northern and northeastern parts of the state. Some additional rounds of light snow and flurries develop tonight and Saturday, and may impact areas a little farther south.
You can see all this on the future radar from the NAM…
This will also be followed by another streak of light snow and flurries on Sunday. Some very light accumulations are possible from these small streaks.
Bitterly cold air will continue to press in here late Saturday into the last day of the year. Temps by New Year’s Morning will reach the single digits, with a zero or two showing up.
Monday night is likely to be the coldest, with the potential for widespread zero or below numbers. The GFS is slowly catching on to how cold it can get…
Speaking of the cold, it just won’t stop coming at us…
Let’s not forget about the obligatory winter storm showing up on the European by next weekend…
I’m sure it will work out exactly like that. 😉
Here are your Friday evening tracking tools…
Hamburg Area from WKYT Studio
I-275 approaching KY 20/Airport
I-71/I-75 at Buttermilk Pike
I-71/I-75 at 12th St.
I’ll see you back here tonight for a full update. Enjoy the evening and take care.