The week started with some light rain showers across the Northern Bluegrass, while the rest of the state has remained dry. Behind this round, Tuesday has ran fairly chilly with northerly winds in place. We are currently sitting in the middle 20s to low 30s as of 6PM this evening (1/25). In combination with some clear skies, we are looking at another cold night ahead with lows dipping into the low to mid teens. Wind chills could dip close to or even below zero, mainly across the northern half of the state. After another cool Wednesday, southwest flow picks up on Thursday with highs back in the upper 30s to middle 40s.
Our next disturbance then arrives on Thursday night and Friday, which carries the potential to produce some light snowfall accumulations, predominantly across the eastern half of Kentucky. Outside of this system, the rest of the weekend is trending dry, along with what looks to be a warming trend going into next workweek. Could we see some highs in the 50s on Tuesday??? We will see. Overall, we're looking at a pretty quiet week for the area. The map below shows the precipitation forecast (liquid equivalent) for the next week from the Weather Prediction Center. Most look to stay under a quarter inch.