Monday Evening Update

Good Monday evening to one and all. The storm system impacting the area overnight into early Tuesday is behaving itself very well and that means I have no changes to the ideas already on the table.

Rain continues to overspread the state this evening and that carries us into the overnight hours. Temps will continue to fall and this will lead to a period of rain/snow mix overnight that ends as some light snow Tuesday morning. A light accumulation of slush is possible for a few spots, but I just don’t see very much sticking as our temps will be marginal for that to happen.

The prime areas for a grassy or rooftop coating will be the areas I highlighted with my last update. This basically covers the northern half of the state.

As I mentioned on air tonight… do your homework, kids. I am not expecting any cancellations with this fast moving brush with winter.

Let’s follow the moisture on regional radar…

I will have a full update later tonight to talk about where we go after this. Just remember… what goes up must come down.

Enjoy the evening and take care.

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6 Responses to Monday Evening Update

  1. JJTeach says:

    Yeah, as a teacher, I say save the snow days for AFTER winter break. We’ll need them in those long school months of January, February and March. They seem to be the “never-ending” months for us teachers 😉

  2. WXman says:

    40.2 degrees, pressure 1023.8mb and rising rapidly, and raining hard in Lawrenceburg. What a waste. 🙁

  3. Mike says:

    Ah, tonight makes me yearn for the King…

    Kentucky rain keeps pouring down,
    And up ahead’s another town that I’ll go walking through

    With the rain in my shoes, searchin for you
    In the cold Kentucky rain, in the cold Kentucky rain.

  4. sue(Flatwoods KY) says:

    42 deg and rain

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