As temperatures turn colder Friday into the coming weekend, attention turns to a developing storm system that will bring two chances for accumulating snow to the WLKY region.The first round of snow develops late Friday night, with mainly minor accumulations expected before the snow chances briefly end Saturday afternoon.Stay up-to-date on the forecast in the WLKY weather sectionThe second, and potentially heavier round of snow moves in through the day on Sunday, before ending Sunday night. While it is too early to call specific snow amounts, the greatest potential for snow accumulations and heavier snow tallies, will be near and south of the Western Kentucky and Bluegrass Parkways. A similar location to last week’s snowstorm.Please keep in mind that snow forecasts often change. A small shift in the eventual storm track across our region can have big impacts on snow chances and amounts. Likely the greatest impact with any snow will be icy and snow-covered roads. If you have travel plans across the region this weekend, stay up-to-date on forecast changes.

As temperatures turn colder Friday into the coming weekend, attention turns to a developing storm system that will bring two chances for accumulating snow to the WLKY region.

The first round of snow develops late Friday night, with mainly minor accumulations expected before the snow chances briefly end Saturday afternoon.

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Stay up-to-date on the forecast in the WLKY weather section

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Saturday light snow

The second, and potentially heavier round of snow moves in through the day on Sunday, before ending Sunday night.

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Sunday snow chances

While it is too early to call specific snow amounts, the greatest potential for snow accumulations and heavier snow tallies, will be near and south of the Western Kentucky and Bluegrass Parkways. A similar location to last week’s snowstorm.

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Please keep in mind that snow forecasts often change.

A small shift in the eventual storm track across our region can have big impacts on snow chances and amounts. Likely the greatest impact with any snow will be icy and snow-covered roads.

If you have travel plans across the region this weekend, stay up-to-date on forecast changes.

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