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Two Letcher County Observers receive National Weather Service's Most Prestigious Awards

Published 2018-04-09

An early morning band of snow moving through northeast Kentucky.

Published 2018-04-09

Snow amounts up to an inch possible through dawn Monday

Light Snow Expected Late Tonight into Saturday

Published 2018-04-07

A late season winter storm system will push into the region this evening. This will lead to the potential for accumulating wet snow Saturday morning. A few isolated power outages and a brief period of slush on the roads are possible.

April 3-4 Line of Storms Brings Damaging Winds & Large Hail to Portions of Eastern Kentucky

Published 2018-04-07

Summary of Severe Storm Event on March 17th

Published 2018-03-18

25 Year Anniversary of the Storm of the Century

Published 2018-03-13

Briefing Slides for Winter Weather Advisory

Published 2018-03-13

Briefing slides for March 13-14 Winter Weather Advisory.

Snowfall Reports from Monday, March 12

Published 2018-03-12

Snowfall reports from March 12, 2018.

Accumulating Snow Likely Sunday Night into Monday

Published 2018-03-10

Accumulating snow is likely Sunday night into early on Monday. The Monday morning commute may be impacted with slushy, slick, or snow covered roads.

Very Wet Snow Expected Tonight - Slick and Hazardous Roads Likely

Published 2018-03-09

A Winter Weather Advisory has been issued for areas north of the Cumberland River Basin between 11pm tonight and 7am Saturday. Rain will spread into east Kentucky after 6pm this evening. The rain will change to snow from SW to NE generally between 9pm and midnight. Expect 1 to 3" of wet snow. This will lead to potentially hazardous road conditions tonight, please exercise caution if traveling.