We have a little more confidence this morning on our winter weather potential starting Sunday. At this point it looks like the best chance for a wintry mix—likely not snow at the beginning for most of this area on the map—will be over roughly the northern half of the Ozarks. I think Springfield could get a bit of a mix before we transition to a cold rain, but temperatures could really struggle up along Highway 54 or so. On Monday, this area shifts just a little bit, and we’ll see a wintry mix changing to snow. There still appears to be some accumulation potential especially north of Springfield, but the confidence on that is a little lower. Models have come into a bit better agreement overnight and this boosts our confidence a bit. However, the storm system is still in the pacific ocean and will begin moving ashore later today. Weather balloons will sample it and that data goes into the computer models. So, there still may be some changes to the forecast, so be sure to have the KY3 weather app on your phone or tablet, be sure to watch the KY3 web site, and be sure to tune in later today and tomorrow to Abby Dyer, Leah Hill and Robert Hahn. Once the system moves out Monday night next week should be calm until Friday when the next system could bring some rain.