Good Tuesday, everyone. We have a blast of winter weather pushing into parts of Kentucky today. This comes as temps crash behind an arctic front blowing across the state. This is the first in a series of potential winter weather makers showing up over the next week.

Let’s kick things off with the current winter weather maker. This one continues to focus the greatest winter weather threat across the southeastern part of the state. That’s where accumulating snow is likely through tonight. This looks to come in a few waves during this time.

There’s going to be one heck of a sharp cutoff on the western and northwestern side of the snow. Where that sets up is likely a play by play call.

Here’s my latest stab at the snowfall…

A number of things will impact the totals, from a wet ground, to changeover times, to some sleet. I will have your tracking tools in a bit.

Once this clears out of the state later tonight, we get a few days of decent weather, then it’s back into another system by Friday. That one may start as a touch of freezing rain before going to rain. A second system brings rain and snow in here Saturday into Saturday night, with a much bigger system soon thereafter. This is a setup that can bring all modes of winter weather to Kentucky.




As we get back to the system out there today, I will have updates coming your way, so check back. I have you set to do some tracking with all kinds of toys…








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Covington area


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Bowling Green

Mountain Parkway near Slade

Pine Mountain




Mt. Vernon


Make it a good one and take care.