Good evening, folks. Snow showers and flurries continue to push across central and eastern Kentucky. That northwesterly wind flow is going to squeeze out enough flakes for a light accumulation in some spots. As those flakes die out overnight, we turn our attention toward a system rolling in for Wednesday night and Thursday.

This has the look of an accumulating snow for most of Kentucky. The European Model continues to try to make this into something a little bigger. Notice how it develops a wave of low pressure along our boundary that merges with a storm rolling up the east coast…


That would be a light snowfall across our region. Winds would be very gusty as arctic air moves back in as the flakes fly.

The model then brings another system diving in from the northwest late this upcoming weekend…

Euro 2This is a busy pattern taking shape over the next few weeks. Let’s see if we can make up for lost snow time.

Enjoy the rest of your evening and take care.