Well we definitely saw our fair share of flurries and winter weather over the weekend. As we are waking up this morning, some of those lingering conditions are causing some slick roadways. Most of us are around that freezing mark - in the low 30s.
Not all is lost for your MLK holiday, peaks of sun cannot be ruled out for the midday hours. In addition to the periodic sunshine, temperatures will warm to near seasonal norms. Expect a highs to reach the low 40s.
We will be tracking another round of winter weather by tonight. This next wave of moisture will begin as rain for the metro area and communities along the Ohio River early this evening. Through the late-evening hours snowfall will become widespread starting in our northern-most location first. Temperatures will be critical in order to see a transition from rain-to-snow. As of now, locations north and along the I-64 corridor (Princeton, Mt. Carmel, Petersburg) have the greatest chances of seeing accumulating snowfall. Our northern-most communities (Vincennes, Washington, Olney) could see 1" to even 2" of snow, lesser amounts further south. This could cause problems for the Tuesday morning commute.