Be sure to take it slow if out and about. Sure, warm ground temperatures will initially hinder accumulations, but as we’ve seen in the past, intense snowfall can and will eventually overtake road systems. This is especially the case as air temperatures continue to decrease as we go through the overnight. In fact, we are looking at lows in the upper teens to middle 20s! Normal lows for this time of year are in the low to middle 30s. Unfortunately, breezy northwest flow will stick with the area tomorrow, limiting highs to the 20s for many across the state. Winds gusting to around 25 mph could push wind chills down in the single digits. If there is one last day to have chili before spring, tomorrow is it!
In some good news, my fingers are crossed that this is our last round of winter weather. Outlooks below paint a totally different story moving forward. We see temperatures going on the uphill climb on Sunday and into next week. In fact, could we be looking at some 70s on Thursday? Welcome to spring in the Ohio Valley! At least we get to watch basketball all weekend! I'll support my friends at UK, but....I still bleed black and gold! Boiler Up!!!!!