Crystal blue skies will continue just in time for daybreak. It will be a cold one, temperatures will cool near or below freezing. Nevertheless, light southeast breezes and scattered sunshine will assist in boosting the mercury near seasonal standards by the afternoon. We will max out around 52°. Clouds will thicken through the afternoon and evening as our next storm system moves in our direction.
Latest model data have rain moving in from the south as early 9 PM impacting locations like Madisonville and Owensboro. Most of the moisture will remain contain east of I-69. As colder air filters in through the predawn hours of (~3AM) Monday a brief transition to snowfall appears to be likely. Locations along I-69 and eastward have the greatest chance of seeing snowflakes. As mentioned earlier, the snowfall will be brief and will end around 7AM for the entirety of the Tri-State. Scattered flurries along with blustery conditions will be possible through the mid-morning hours. Accumulations totals will be limited to a dusting on grassy surfaces.
Outside of the small opportunity of snow the biggest headline will be the arctic air that will be settling in. Temperatures will struggle to make it out of the 30s both Monday and Tuesday. Morning lows starting in the mid-20s will be a reoccurring experience through the top part of next week. Stay warm!