Just two days after being ravaged by intense tornadoes, the same portions of the Ohio Valley will be visited by winter, once again. A "Clipper" system will be diving southeast in the jetstream flow, Sunday. As it exits Illinois and begins to enter into northwest Kentucky, it will begin to tap into moisture. With temperatures and atmospheric conditions plenty cool the precipitation will fall in the form of snow!
The snow will move out of Iowa and into northwest Illinois by late Sunday morning. By evening, the snow will begin to fly along the Ohio River and continue to streak southeast. The snow will intensify over southern Illinois and into Kentucky where a swath of 1" to 2" of accumulation is possible.
Unfortunately, this will just add to the harshness many in the region or already having to deal with and will make putting lives back together a bit tougher to do.