Winter Weather Advisory Through Saturday

Good evening, folks. I have n real changes from the overall thoughts on our spring snowfall coming tonight into Saturday. This system can drop a few inches of slush across parts of the state, and that may be just enough to cause a few travel issues.

The Winter Weather Advisory has been expanded to include much of the state…

From a snowfall perspective, I haven’t seen anything to make me change my views…

There sill be some areas that come in under those totals, but it’s the thought that counts. 🙂 Much of the accumulation will come on elevated and grassy surfaces, with quick melting taking place into Saturday.

Sunday morning will feature some of the coldest April temps on record. Many areas will hit the low and mid 20s, but some upper teens may try to show up. That. Just. Wrong.

Another system may bring some light snow and light rain in here Sunday night and Monday morning. Hang in there… The 70s are coming before next week is finished!

Let’s get back to our current system, here’s regional radar to track the action…

Have a good one and take care.

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16 Responses to Winter Weather Advisory Through Saturday

  1. nasdaq says:

    Very interesting to see the NWS left out McCreary & Whitley. Must be banking on that warm nose shafting us, yet again

  2. Jimbo says:

    I am under an advisory in Huntington and I will still be shafted.

  3. Crystal In Pikeville says:

    What a mess!! #teamwinterletgo lol

  4. BubbaG says:

    Seems too warm to get 1 to 3. Maybe a few way high up in the mountains, but a little slush seems the main them. The models were truly awful with this one. Each update shifted east, so the models were drifting and then gave a false sense of hope (for some that wanted it) early yesterday, only to go back to the eastern trend and then some.

    Seems the models really outdone ‘themselves’ this winter for being awfully awful.

    • Jeff Hamlin says:

      Yet when I doubted the models for the recent cold spell, I was critiqued, ha. 😛

      • Terry says:

        Well those upper 70s and perhaps an 80 soon look really good, and let’s hope the models are correct and we don’t have too much rain to put a damper on our #realspring hope!

  5. NikkiEKY says:

    63 degrees in the mountains of Pike County right now? I just don’t see this one happening tonight.

  6. nasdaq says:

    well for once this season, accuweather shows snow for whitley. lets see how this works out

  7. Bill L says:

    Radar looks thin…where will the moisture come from?

  8. Connor says:

    Look West young man, look west. This will be a nice prolonged snowfall. Enjoy.

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