The National Weather Service out of Paducah has posted a special weather statement for western Kentucky for Monday night through Tuesday.
Rain is forecast to change to snow on Veterans Day. The change over will be in the afternoon across southwest Indiana, and by evening across western Kentucky.
Minor accumulations of snow up to 1 inch will be possible. How much accumulates will depend on ground and pavement temperatures prior to the onset of snow. Flash freezing on areas roads is a concern as well, especially from around sunset on into the evening, as temperatures fall rapidly.
After the wintry precipitation moves out, bitter cold will follow.
Gusty north winds 10 to 20 mph with gusts to 30 mph will drive wind chill temperatures down into the single digits late Monday night and Tuesday morning. This will be unseasonably cold for mid-November. Normal low temperatures for this time of year are near 40 degrees.