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A cold Sunday with more snowfall expected Monday

A cold Sunday with more snowfall expected Monday

Temperatures only reach the 20s, and wind chill values are in the teens.

After a wintry start to the weekend across the Commonwealth, a much calmer weather day has prevailed.

An area of low pressure racing towards southern MI will bring snow showers from mid-morning into this evening. A light snow maker comes close Wednesday night and early Thursday, although model data keeps this one mainly south of us. Breezy northwesterly winds certainly added a chill to the air giving wind chills or feel-like temperatures in the 20's.

Temperatures are generally in the teens and lower 20s this morning, but thankfully most areas are seeing light winds so the wind chill difference isn't making things much worse. Overnight lows in the teens and low 20s. A spotty coating is possible in some spots early in the morning.

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An arctic air mass will be well in place across the region as we work through Wednesday thanks to a deep trough with the jet stream settling in. There will likely be wind chills in the single numbers, possibly below zero in a few areas as we kick off the second day of the workweek.

Snow persists through the overnight period, eventually winding down by the Tuesday morning commute. Accumulations will be very minor with an inch at best if any accumulations at all. A system quickly develops and moves away of the coast, so there's a small chance the area gets clipped. Highs Saturday and Sunday will top out in the mid to upper 40s with mostly sunny skies and a flurry or two on Saturday. It increases clouds after some morning sun. Flakes across the entire state looks possible, even across western Kentucky.

Have a great Monday!