Snow, sleet and ice will be possible Friday afternoon through Saturday morning as a storm system approaches along with an influx of colder air.
It’s far too early to nail down specifics, but National Weather Service in Paducah Warning Coordination Meteorologist Rick Shanklin says the southern Pennyrile region will likely see periods of various types of wintry precipitation after experiencing plain rain.
Shanklin doesn’t anticipate a crippling ice storm or more than three inches of snow between Friday afternoon and Saturday morning at this time, but says they will be closely monitoring the data this week to get a better handle on the system.
The exact track of the low pressure system will make all of the difference in how much snow, ice, sleet or rain the area receives. Stay tuned to WHOP News and monitor our websites and social media outlets through the week for the latest on this developing storm system.