WINTER STORM WATCH: Very Snowy Start to a Very Cold Week Ahead
Presidents Day will be met with a pile of snow and followed with frigid temperatures for the rest of the week, the National Weather Service predicts.
A winter storm watch is in effect from late Sunday through late Monday, though the wind chill advisory has since been canceled. More than four inches of snow could fall in Northern Kentucky on Monday, starting late Sunday before tapering off Monday night.
In addition to the snow, expect temperatures to remain low this week.
The National Weather Service predicts a high of just 15 on Sunday with wind chills as low as -2. An overnight low could drop to 5.
A high on Monday is expected to reach 21 with wind chill values at -4 degrees and overnight low of around 13.
Tuesday will bring mostly cloudy skies, a high around 28 and a low near 12. By Wednesday we'll see more sunshine but a high of just 18 and a low near 1 degree. On Thursday the high is expected only to reach 16 with a low near 5. We're back in the twenties on Friday with a high near 25 and a low at around 19.
By Saturday we return to above-freezing temperatures and a high around 37.
Photo: Snow covers Covington rooftops in the winter of 2013/RCN file