The National Weather Service in Paducah has issued a Winter Weather Advisory for the entire region, as the details remain unclear on possibly wintry weather Monday evening.
On a conference call Monday morning, Lead Forecaster David Humphrey says this has been a very tricky forecast with a lot of moving parts, but most of the area could see a dusting to up to an inch of snow fall late Monday evening and into the overnight hours.
He says the model data has remained highly inconsistent, so things could change as the front moves through the region—if it tracks more north or more south, that could change how much snow, if any, people receive.
As it is, slushy snow accumulation is possible, which could cause some slippery road conditions, if it dips below freezing for a decent amount of time.
Anything that does manage to stick likely won’t stick around for long—temperatures are set to rebound back into the 50’s on Tuesday.