Another clipper like system in Saskatchewan, Canada is screaming our way... This is a fast moving system, much like what we saw Friday morning. I think we will see several hours of steady snow showers tomorrow evening through early night. Don't be surprised if we have a few quick burst of moderate to heavy snow at times. Some of us may get two inches of snow.
The leading edge of this system will arrive in our northwestern counties after noon.
Look for a few snow showers in the Metro after 2pm Saturday.
Futurecast showing the steady snow showers move south of the Ohio river after 6pm as the "Saskatchewan Screamer" moves into the area.
Snow for just about everyone during the late evening hours.
By 10pm the snow showers are pushing east of I-65 and should be out of the area around midnight with a few leftover flurries through early Sunday morning.
The Metro could receive 1/2 to 1.5 inches . Areas north and east could see as much as 2 inches.
Arctic Blast the end of January
Long range models are consistently showing some brutally cold air arriving Monday, January 27. We are talking about highs in the single digits and lows below zero! Stay tuned...