We’re watching a quick, nuisance winter event…and then temperatures warm right up! Welcome to your evening update for Monday, November 26, 2012!
TONIGHT: Rain will move in this evening, changing to snow before 2 AM. There is not nearly enough moisture with this, so accumulations were never forecast by us to be above an inch. I maintain that the highest accumulations, if there are any, will be south of the metro, from Owenton over toward Vanceburg. For the metro and most folks north of the river a dusting may be the best we do. That’s how sharp the cut off is. That being said…no matter what, while for most the surface temperatures should be enough to keep us from having major issues on area roads, the bridges and overpasses may be a problem, so use caution. Lows tonight should fall off to the low 30’s.
TUESDAY: Precipitation should end by midday but slick bridges and overpasses will remain a concern for tomorrow’s morning commute. I have highs at best around 40 degrees.
WEDNESDAY-MONDAY: Partly cloudy skies should dominate this portion of the forecast. The guidance has us in the 60’s by the time we reach Sunday and Monday. At this time, that’s not a horrible call. So, a slow warmup through the weekend.
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NEXT UPDATE: The next update will be in the morning, except via social media as we track the rain and snow. Until then, take care!