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UPDATE: Monday Snow Showers

The going forecast of scattered snow showers later in the day Monday continues.  Here are a few updates about timing and who is more likely to see the snow. 


Temperatures will start to dip a little earlier in the afternoon Monday than on a normal day.  By 4 PM (in the above graphic) some scattered snow showers start to show up around Kentuckiana.  There's a chance these could start as cold rain before a quick transition to snow.  


It looks likely there will be snow on radar in Kentuckiana during the evening commute Monday.  Temperatures will also be falling toward the middle and lower 30s during this time. It's possible a few slick spots will develop as temperatures fall.  However, pavement temperatures will be above freezing, so widespread ice is unlikely. 


Notice in the above image how some of these snow showers look longer (less like dots).  We could see some snow bands develop Monday night that would drop small pockets of heavier snow (compared to what else is falling). 


Those snow showers look to clear the area late Monday, shortly before midnight.  Winds will also pick up Monday evening, so if you are driving under one of these snow showers, visibility is likely to drop.  


A light dusting is all that could come from this since pavement temperatures are so warm.  That will be more likely in our northern and eastern counties, but snow flakes are still possible in southern and western Kentucky. 


Jude will be back in the morning with a forecast update before this all gets started, so make sure you watch WDRB In the Morning from 5 - 9 AM Monday.  Then join me for WDRB News at 11:30 and 12:00 during the midday for the latest information. 

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