It is yet another cold start across Southern Kentucky this morning. Temperatures around the region show temperatures slightly warmer than yesterday but still closer to what we should be expecting this time in the year.
As you walk out the door this morning you could be seeing some snow flurries fall due to the cold air, but these snow flurries wont last long and will not cause any impacts to your travel.
Clear skies will still be dominant over the next couple of days before our next system moves in on Thursday with another cold front impacting the region. This cold front does not look to be as strong as the previous one and temperatures are not expected to fall as much as they did with the front from this past weekend.
The climate prediction center has the almost the entire United States in an area expected to be above normal temperatures over the next 6-10 days. So expect temperatures to be a bit warmer than we are experiencing currently during this period.
Today: Scattered snow flurries in the AM, otherwise Sunny, winds out of the northeast at 5-10 mph. Hi: 34°
Tonight: Mostly clear, winds out of the northeast at 5-10 mph, becoming calm. Lo: 20°
Tomorrow: Partly Sunny, winds light and variable. Hi: 43°
Have a Great Day!