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Possible Snow for portions of Kentucky(1/2/22)

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A low-pressure system over Alabama and Georgia will move northeasterly later today and pass to the southeast of Kentucky. Rain and shower will break out this afternoon. Arctic air will move in from the northwest and change the rain/showers over to snow. As it moves closer to Kentucky heavier snow will fall in southeastern Kentucky. Most will see only a dusting to 1". While southeast Kentucky could see 1-3". Higher elevations could see upwards of 4" 

The timing for the rain to start to change over to snow is 12 pm/ 11 central EST and move across portions of Kentucky before it moves out of southeastern Kentucky around 8 am EST on Monday.

Update later today.




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As the low moves pass Kentucky we will see some of the coldest temperatures and wind chills of the season by Monday morning. Temperatures across the state will range from the mid to upper 20s. The wind chill will be in the mid to upper teens. Some will see some light snow. 





This NAM radar shows where some will see some light snow. The timing is from 4 pm/ 3 central EST to 9 am/8 central  EST. Mainly along the Kentucky/Tennessee border from a dusting to about 1 inch. Those in southeastern Kentucky will see higher amounts. 1-3 inches are possible.  An area along the Kentucky/Virginia border could see upwards to 7 inches. If the low track is closer to Kentucky these totals could go up. The snow should clear out of southeast Kentucky by 10 am EST.




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