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Published 2018-02-18

A Wintry Mixture of Weather Expected Early This Morning

Published 2018-02-11

Situation Report concerning wintry weather threat early this morning.

January 2018 was drier and colder than normal.

Published 2018-02-01

Climate Normals, Means and Extremes for February

Published 2018-02-01

Snow Starting to Taper Off-Lower Amounts For Most Locations

Published 2018-02-01

Nearly 2 Weeks of Freezing Temperatures Concludes with Light Icing on January 8, 2018

Published 2018-01-18

Accumulating Snow Through This Evening

Published 2018-01-14

Snow will continue to fall across eastern Kentucky through this evening. Most locations can expect between 2 and 5 inches, with isolated higher amounts possible.

Climate Normals, Means and Extremes for January

Published 2018-01-02

Peak Wind Gusts Sun Evening and Sunday Night

Published 2017-12-25

Light Snow Expected This Evening

Published 2017-12-24

Light precipitation is expected to develop this afternoon. While it will likely begin as rain, all precipitation will transition to snow this evening with a few locations picking up a light coating of snow. Temperatures will fall below freezing through the evening hours with some slick spots developing on area roads.