Good Saturday to one and all. We have a fast moving clipper diving southeastward across the region later today and this will deliver a streak of light snow for some. There isn’t very much moisture associated with this system and that means only light snow along and just to the north of the weak low.
This system won’t have much with it until it arrives into the western Ohio Valley this afternoon. Notice I say the western OV. Much of the light snow will fall across southeastern Kentucky. The prime time for flakes will be late this afternoon into the wee hours of Sunday. This isn’t a huge deal… but the ground is frozen and that means some roads could become slick and even snow covered.
Highs today will hit the upper 20s with snow showers and flurries flying before the light snow streak in the west.
Sunday will see improving weather as sunshine returns and boosts our temps into the low 30s. The next system develops in the plains states on Monday and will throw some milder air and rain our way into Tuesday. This is when another arctic boundary slips through here with much colder air and a few snow showers into the middle of next week.
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Have a great Saturday and take care.