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The cold front has pushed through the area and temperatures are dropping across the area. The band of snow is now beginning to push into eastern Kentucky. Expect the snow to fall heavy at times reducing visibility to less than a quarter miles at times. Snowfall amounts will roughly be around 1 to 2 inches.
A sharp cold front will move through this evening. Cold air behind this front will quickly change rain over to snow, and will create a flash freeze. This will likely lead to hazardous conditions on area roadways during the overnight and into Sunday morning. Gusty winds will also lead to blowing snow, reducing visibilities at times. Total snow accumulations of 1 to 2 inches are likely through early Sunday afternoon. Clouds will finally clear out for the day Monday, but the cold air will remain. Single digit lows are likely in most locations Monday morning.
An area of low pressure will pass through eastern Kentucky this evening. As it departs overnight, temperatures will begin rapidly falling. This will cause a quick change from rain to snow, and will also lead to a flash freeze with hazardous travel conditions likely. Gusty winds will also lead to blowing of snow, so amounts may vary from location to location. Snow showers will gradually taper off from northwest to southeast on Sunday, but the cold will remain.