WINTRY END TO THE YEAR. A CLIPPER IS CURRENTLY GLIDING THROUGH THE MIDWEST AND THE OHIO VALLEY. LOCALLY, THE HOLIDAY WEEKEND STARTS OFF WITH FLURRIES, A FEW LIGHT SNOW SHOWERS THAT WILL CONTINUE THROUGH EARLY SATURDAY AFTERNOON. THE BEST OPPORTUNITY FOR SNOW SHOWERS WILL BE ACROSS NORTHERN KENTUCKY. ROADS WILL EASILY BECOME SLICK AS THE SNOW STARTS TO FALL. ACCUMULATING SNOW WILL BYPASS THE BLUEGRASS; A FEW INCHES WILL BE POSSIBLE NORTH OF THE OHIO RIVER. HOWEVER, A DUSTING WILL BE POSSIBLE NORTH OF I-64 THROUGH SATURDAY AFTERNOON. 2017 ENDS COLD, BUT THE START OF THE NEW YEAR WILL BE EVEN COLDER. THE NEXT SHOT OF ARCTIC AIR IS LOOMING OVER THE WEEKEND AND WILL DRIVE TEMPERATURES DOWN EVEN FURTHER. WE ARE TRACKING HIGHS IN THE TEENS TO LOW 20S ON NEW YEAR’S EVE AND NEW YEAR’S DAY. OVERNIGHT LOWS WILL BE IN THE SINGLE DIGITS WITH SUB-ZERO WIND CHILLS. REVELERS, BE PREPARED TO DRESS FOR THE BITTER COLD. THERE DOESN’T APPEAR TO BE ANY RELIEF IN SIGHT FROM THE FRIGID TEMPERATURES. HIGHS WILL REMAIN BELOW FREEZING, WITH LOWS IN THE SINGLE DIGITS AND THE TEENS THROUGH AT LEAST THE END OF NEXT WEEK. NANCY:DESK 2 COVERING YOUR