TIMELINE: Wintry mix, bitter cold headed our way

Plummeting Temperatures Ahead

Hi, I m w l k Y meteorologist Suzanne Horgan. We’re gonna be talking about some big changes over the next 24 hours will be on the lookout for some cloud cover toe over. Spread the region that rain will then transition over to some snow. And it looks like as we head into your Monday morning, then throughout the day, Monday into Tuesday Certainly some slushy accumulations maybe realized mainly on elevated surfaces and grassy surfaces. And it looks like our better chances of seeing any snowfall would be to the east of Interstate 65. As we go ahead and time this out, you can see for the first part of the day were very quiet. We’ll watch with some cloud cover over. Spread the region as we head into your afternoon hours than for this evening as well. Rain develops late tonight. And then as we head into tomorrow, we’ll see that rain transition over to a wintry mix with some snow showers expected will hold on to the risk of some snow showers as we head throughout the day on Monday, especially for those areas east of Interstate 65 we’ll continue to watch for some scattered snow showers as we head towards your Tuesday morning and again, we’re not looking at huge snowfall totals out of this. But certainly it is gonna be cold. And as the temperature continues to plummet Monday into Tuesday, that’s when we’re looking at the possibility of some slick spots again, especially late Monday into early Tuesday, and are better opportunities for some. Snowfall will be to the east of Interstate 65. So not only are we gonna be dealing with some snowy weather, we’re gonna be talking about some bitterly cold weather. Take a look at these wind chill factors throughout the day on Monday, down into the teens and into the twenties. A bitterly cold raw day on tap for your Monday. Your forecast for today They’re looking good 57 degrees with increasing cloud cover and pleasant. Take a look at the forecast for tonight down to about 35 degrees, with rain developing late for tomorrow highs right around 38 degrees. That wintry mix turns to snow. It’s gonna be cold and windy, and here’s a look at your seven day forecast in the thirties from Monday and Tuesday mid forties on Wednesday, on Thursday. Upper forties. The chance for a light, wintry mix early on Friday, then some scattered rain showers with temperatures in the middle forties. Hi, I m w l k Y meteorologist Suzanne Horgan. We’re gonna be talking about some big changes over the next 24 hours will be on the lookout for some cloud cover toe over. Spread the region that rain will then transition over to some snow. And it looks like as we head into your Monday morning, then throughout the day, Monday into Tuesday Certainly some slushy accumulations maybe realized mainly on elevated surfaces and grassy surfaces. And it looks like our better chances of seeing any snowfall would be to the east of Interstate 65. As we go ahead and time this out, you can see for the first part of the day were very quiet. We’ll watch with some cloud cover over. Spread the region as we head into your afternoon hours than for this evening as well. Rain develops late tonight. And then as we head into tomorrow, we’ll see that rain transition over to a wintry mix with some snow showers expected will hold on to the risk of some snow showers as we head throughout the day on Monday, especially for those areas east of Interstate 65 we’ll continue to watch for some scattered snow showers as we head towards your Tuesday morning and again, we’re not looking at huge snowfall totals out of this. But certainly it is gonna be cold. And as the temperature continues to plummet Monday into Tuesday, that’s when we’re looking at the possibility of some slick spots again, especially late Monday into early Tuesday, and are better opportunities for some. Snowfall will be to the east of Interstate 65. So not only are we gonna be dealing with some snowy weather, we’re gonna be talking about some bitterly cold weather. Take a look at these wind chill factors throughout the day on Monday, down into the teens and into the twenties. A bitterly cold raw day on tap for your Monday. Your forecast for today They’re looking good 57 degrees with increasing cloud cover and pleasant. Take a look at the forecast for tonight down to about 35 degrees, with rain developing late for tomorrow highs right around 38 degrees. That wintry mix turns to snow. It’s gonna be cold and windy, and here’s a look at your seven day forecast in the thirties from Monday and Tuesday mid forties on Wednesday, on Thursday. Upper forties. The chance for a light, wintry mix early on Friday, then some scattered rain showers with temperatures in the middle forties.

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TIMELINE: Wintry mix, bitter cold headed our way

Plummeting Temperatures Ahead

A blast of early season bitter cold and wintry precipitation will slam into the Ohio Valley.Clouds will be on the increase throughout the day on Sunday but temperatures will be relatively mild. Highs will be able to recover into the 50s.Rain begins on Sunday night and continues into Monday. The rain could be moderate to even heavy at times. As colder air filters into the region, the rain will transition to a wintry mix and snow on Monday morning. Some slushy accumulations may be possible but most of the snow will melt as our ground temperatures will be above freezing. Snow showers may persist throughout the day on Monday, especially for some of our eastern communities. Temperatures continue to plummet as we head into Monday night and early Tuesday. Snow showers may continue for some of our eastern counties and that could cause some slick spots for later Monday and early Tuesday.Flurries and light snow showers may linger into early Tuesday. Total accumulations will be generally light. Our better chances to see some slushy accumulations will be across our eastern counties and especially on grassy and elevated surfaces.Not only we will be dealing with wintry precipitation on Monday, winds gusting to 20 mph will make it feel significantly colder than the actual air temperature. Changes are still possible to this forecast and we will keep you posted on WLKY and on our mobile app.

A blast of early season bitter cold and wintry precipitation will slam into the Ohio Valley.

Clouds will be on the increase throughout the day on Sunday but temperatures will be relatively mild. Highs will be able to recover into the 50s.

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Rain begins on Sunday night and continues into Monday. The rain could be moderate to even heavy at times.

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IMPACT WEATHER

As colder air filters into the region, the rain will transition to a wintry mix and snow on Monday morning.

Some slushy accumulations may be possible but most of the snow will melt as our ground temperatures will be above freezing.

Snow showers may persist throughout the day on Monday, especially for some of our eastern communities.

Temperatures continue to plummet as we head into Monday night and early Tuesday. Snow showers may continue for some of our eastern counties and that could cause some slick spots for later Monday and early Tuesday.

Flurries and light snow showers may linger into early Tuesday.

Total accumulations will be generally light. Our better chances to see some slushy accumulations will be across our eastern counties and especially on grassy and elevated surfaces.

IMPACT WEATHER

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IMPACT WEATHER

Not only we will be dealing with wintry precipitation on Monday, winds gusting to 20 mph will make it feel significantly colder than the actual air temperature.

Changes are still possible to this forecast and we will keep you posted on WLKY and on our mobile app.

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