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Chris Bailey’s Forecast | Active Pattern Continues

Published: Jan. 5, 2021 at 2:35 PM EST
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LEXINGTON, Ky. (WKYT) - Another weak system is working across the region today, bringing a little bit of ugly weather across the region. From here, the focus is on our bowling ball system set to impact parts of the region later this week and the overall wintry look going forward.

There’s a little bit of overrunning moisture early Wednesday and that could keep a flake flying. Otherwise, mostly cloudy skies will be the rule as temps range from the upper 30s to the upper 40s across the state.

The next system quickly rolls into the Tennessee Valley by late Wednesday night and Thursday. This works from west to east, but the exact point it heads east will have a big impact on the weather across Kentucky. As of now, the southern half of the state has the best chance of seeing snow from this.

The air behind this is looking colder and colder thanks to the blocking we have been talking about going up. What does this mean for the next storm system early next week? That remains to be seen and we are watching the typical model fluctuations, but some light snow is possible Monday.

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