Light snow still possible, cold air expected midweek

Light snow still possible, cold air expected midweek

Light snow still possible, cold air expected midweek

For that reason, much of eastern and southeastern Kentucky is under a Winter Weather Advisory through early Tuesday.

The National Weather Service is predicting the wintry weather will arrive in southern New England on Tuesday, with the heaviest snow falling in the Berkshires and north Central Massachusetts where 4 to 8 inches of accumulation is forecast. And the the warm front snow chance Friday morning that will then lead to a warmer profile and rain. A steady, light snow lasts through about 6 P.M. Some mixing with sleet and rain is possible to the southeast of Harrisburg, and this will cut into potential snow accumulations. The cold air is strong and will move in quickly behind the frontal boundary this evening.

When it comes to snow chances, you can see the GFS ensembles do show snow (blue), and rain (green) chances ahead. The latest model data still has most of the region seeing snow, but has taken away a good amount of the snow totals. High: 59. Wind: S 5-10 miles per hour, shifting N 20-30 miles per hour around noon. Lows Wednesday night will be in the 20s. Expect flurries and flakes to continue through part of Tuesday but the travel conditions should improve by the middle of the day on Tuesday.

Wednesday: L.E. snow showers, dangerously cold.

Look for highs on Tuesday to be at midnight in the upper 30s to lower 40s.

Thursday: Partly sunny. Highs around 5 above. The wind will decrease by sunrise Tuesday, but wind chill values will still be down around 20° most of the morning.

SUNDAY: Mostly to partly cloudy and warmer.

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