Scattered snow showers through Monday evening, then drier

Scattered snow showers through Monday evening, then drier

Happy Monday! We'll see some mostly cloudy skies and some showers throughout your Monday morning hours.

Cloud cover will increase tonight ahead of a cold front that will bring rain chances to Eastern Kentucky. Showers will continue through Tuesday with highs dropping through the mid 40s. Temperatures start off in the lower 50s and warm into the lower 60s.

Enjoy a gorgeous day on Saturday with high temps into the lower and middle 60s for all of the viewing area. A few rogue showers have been inching closer to us today, but the seem to fizzle out the closer they get to I-75. We could see some minor accumulation.

Cooling Off: Once the cold front moves through we'll see drier and cooler air gradually filter into the Valley.

Better chances of rain, and even a few rumbles of thunder, will move in late Sunday evening into the early morning hours of Monday.

Rain chances will dwindle from 20% Wednesday to near 0% Thursday and Friday. This is considered a hard freeze for agricultural purposes, and it poses a danger to frost/freeze sensitive plants.

NORTH CAROLINA SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS WEEK: During the week of March 4-10, your First Alert Weather Team, in conjunction with the National Weather Service, will share important information created to highlight risk and keep you alert and prepared when severe weather strikes.

The weekend looks good starting out.



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