Looking Toward Next Week

Good evening, folks. We continue to see a few rounds of light snow and flurries coming from the Great Lakes. This is putting down some light accumulations that can cover roads once again. This will be followed by frigid temps as we continue with a harsh winter pattern.

Here are the radars to follow the light snows of the evening…

Temps out there the next few mornings can drop into the single digits, especially Saturday morning. That’s when a few spots can make a run at zero.

The setup from here is one that features systems diving in from the northwest through next week. The first arrives Sunday evening with the potential for some light snows and this kicks off a pattern with these same types of systems rolling in here next week…


Any one of these can amplify into something bigger and the models are trying to do just that with the one later Tuesday…


Temps remain frigid over the next ten days and are much colder than normal…


Enjoy the rest of the evening and take care.


  1. crystal in pikeville

    Chris we are getting some good snow showers right now it’s covered the side roads in my neighborhood surprised to see it when I took my garbage out. Wasn’t expecting it.

  2. Schroeder

    Pikeville, looks beautiful from the web cam. I bet those Mountains around the town have many blooming Rhododendrons and Mountain Laurel in the Spring.

    It’s Snowing there and in Western Kentucky according to the radar. Hope you gets some Snow on the ground Crystal.

    • crystal in pikeville

      We got about an inch last night and then some tonight thanks hope we get a good one you too if you want it. We have a hard time getting the moisture and cold together very long.

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