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Good Tuesday, folks. The calendar says April, but the weather is looking and feeling more like late February or early March. We have a quick-hitting system rolling across the state today and it’s bringing a little light rain and light snow with it. This is all part of a continued ugly looking setup.

Let’s begin with what’s shaking out there today. A band of light rain and light snow is streaking from southwest to northeast today. There’s even the chance for a quick coating of snow on elevated surfaces across areas of central and eastern Kentucky.

Temps under this band of precipitation will drop into the 30s for a time. Outside of the rain/snow action, temps are in the balmy 40s, but winds will make it feel chillier. I will have your tracking toys in a bit.

Temps behind this tonight and Wednesday morning will be frigid, setting the stage for a hard freeze. Temps drop deep into the 20s for many…

Temps remain much colder than normal through the rest of the week. Another weak system makes a run at us late Wednesday or early Thursday with another one late Friday into Saturday. Here’s the GFS…

The Canadian tries to slow that system down and turn it into a bigger weather maker later in the weekend…

I will throw you another update until later today. Until then, let’s see if we can find some mid-April snowflakes…



Bowling Green


Pine Mountain


Mt. Vernon



Mountain Parkway near Slade


Make it a great day and take care.