Good evening, folks. We are rolling toward Valentine’s Day with wind and milder air settling in. This kicks off another active setup that can bring some snow chances our way. That includes the chance to put some snow on the ground by Friday night and Saturday morning.
Let’s begin with Valentine’s Day and roll forward. Temps will be deep into the 50s and may hit 60 in a few areas. This happens on a strong southwesterly wind that can crank to 40mph at times. With the wet ground, a few trees may be knocked down.
Showers arrive Thursday evening and take us into early Friday as a cold front drops in. That boundary stalls near the Kentucky/Tennessee border as low pressure develops and works along it Friday night. That brings rain and snow our way…
Here’s the area I’m highlighting for the best chance to pick up on a light snowfall…
The active pattern will throw another system our way as early as Sunday with additional systems early next week. Those will put our region walking a fine line between snow and rain. #teamspring
Enjoy the evening and take care.