Well, winter weather advisories have been issued for folks to our west, but the NWS did not feel inclined to include most of the Cumberland Plateau. The closest counties included were Overton (Livingston) and Picket. This is a rather low-confidence forecast, so things could still change a bit, and it’s not out of the question that more plateau counties could be added to the advisory in the morning. Snow is currently developing across western Kentucky. Our snow should develop by Monday morning. The snow is expected to be very light, with accumulations at or under an inch. Here are the latest maps put out by the NWS Nashville office.
As you can see, the winter weather advisories are north of I-40 (as expected from this morning’s post) but do not include the plateau (an unexpected NWS decision).
The snowfall forecast by the NWS Nashville. Confidence is rather low in this forecast, but these amounts for the plateau are the most likely outcome.
Rain is changing to snow across KY at 7:45 p.m. The majority of that snow looks to stay in Kentucky tonight, with the plateau being brushed by its southern edge.
Winter weather advisories are in blue (1-2 inches of snow) and winter storm warnings are in pink (3-6+ inches of snow). These are the current advisories at 7:45 p.m.
Be aware that there could be some slick spots for your Monday morning commute.