After almost 2 months, the snow drought came to a sudden end across much of the area on Friday with as much as a half foot of heavy, wet snowfall across parts of Kentucky.
Officially, an inch was recorded at the Louisville International Airport giving us 4.7" on the season now. The last time we had seen measurable snow was way back on Thanksgiving.
So when is our next chance?
Believe it or not, but parts of the area could see some minor accumulations as early as tomorrow night.
Currently, we are tracking an "Alberta" Clipper that is diving southeast through the Dakotas.
This system will arive here tomorrow with mainly just rain, but some snow will be possible too as this storm begins to exit tomorrow night.
Let's time it out with AdvanceTrak...
AT keeps us dry through daybreak with temps generally in the lower 30's out the door.
Clouds thicken on Sunday and there will be a chance of a sprinkle or two for areas along and north of I-64 through the morning hours.
Otherwise, it remains mainly dry until late afternoon with temps warming well up into the 40's.
Precipitation looks to move in from west to east during the evening hours and will be primarly rain.
Showers come to an end as snow showers Sunday night and into early Monday morning.
Who could see an accumulation?
Although a dusting will be possible for much of the area, the highest chance of seeing anything measureable from this system will be across our Northern Counties where up to an inch will be possible for areas north of I-64 into Southern Indiana and far Northern Kentucky.
Overall, impacts from this system appear to be fairly minor, but with quickly falling temps tomorrow night, some slick spots will be possible out the door on Monday.
Something to watch
While big changes are not expected at this range, as we have seen recently, small changes in the forecast track and placement/timing of the cold can make a big difference when it comes to snow potential.
Models have been consistently shifting this storm towards the south the last couple of days. If this continues, then the snow could be heavier than currently forecasted for our northern counties.
Rick will be in with a full update first thing on WDRB in the Morning.
WDRB Meteorologist Jeremy Kappell
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