Rain will increase through this afternoon over the Tri-State with change-over to wet snow evening-tonight before ending early Monday morning.
Gusty north to northeast winds to 33 mph will drive the wet snow & plaster it to signs, cars & poles & rates will be such (especially in more intense banding) that slushy accumulation will occur on roads, despite relatively warm pavement temperatures (at temperatures drop to 29-32 tonight).
Saline to Gallatin counties & areas immediately along & south of the Ohio River look to receive 1-3″, but intense banding features that might even have isolated thunder/lightning snow may see +3″ to even isolated 7-8″ amounts. There will probably be a few narrow corridors of such snow that may bring down some tree branches that may hit power lines & cause isolated power outages.
There is still quite a bit of uncertainty on how far north the heavier snowfall will get (I-64?). At this point, areas farther north are forecast to receive less than 1″ with nothing in Martin, Daviess (IN), Knox, Lawrence, Richland, Clay counties.
There is also uncertainty on exactly where a couple of intense bands will set up that will dump the heaviest snowfall.
Snow melt should occur quickly Monday with sun appearing & highs near 40 to the 40s.