Our WYMT Severe Weather Alert Day continues as another round of wintry weather moves through the mountains. A Winter Weather Advisory is in effect through Tuesday evening.
Today & Tonight
The system that will bring our snow to the region today stalled out overnight in Western Kentucky, dropping nearly one foot of snow in some areas. While we're not expecting that much, we are expecting accumulation.
Once the snow showers get started, they will continue off and on through the day and into the evening hours. Temperatures were the warmest they will be all day at midnight. They will continue to drop all day long. We will be in the upper teens by mid afternoon and down into the single digits by overnight. Wind chills will be close to zero as the cold front blows through and possibly below zero overnight. Lows will be close to zero.
The snow will wrap up tonight under mostly cloudy skies.
A few flurries will be around early on Wednesday, but the sunshine makes an appearance from behind the clouds. Temperatures will stay cold all day, only topping out around 20 before dropping to around 11 overnight.
High pressure builds in by Thursday and lasts for several days. Sunshine will be around from Thursday through Sunday and temperatures will continue to climb, starting out in the low 30s on Thursday and topping out close to 60 on Sunday. Rain chances return to the forecast by Sunday.
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