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Your backyard rain and snow measurements are important - join CoCoRaHS TODAY!

Published 2021-03-08

COLLEGE STUDENTS: We are now Accepting Applications for the 2021 Summer Volunteer Program

Published 2021-03-04

Rainfall Totals and River Flood Summary for Late February/Early March Flood Event (updated 3/8/2021)

Published 2021-03-02

Waves of rain, heavy at times, moved across the region from the afternoon hours of Friday February 26th through the morning of Monday March 1st.  By the time the event was over, 4 inches or more of rain had accumulated over parts of northeast Kentucky, central and southwest West Virginia and southwest Virginia, which resulted in moderate river flooding on several area rivers.

Snow/Ice Maps and Impacts Summary from February 2021 Back to Back to Back Winter Storms

Published 2021-02-19

Back to back ice storms affected our region February 10th and 11th and then again February 15th and 16th, leading to widespread tree damage and extensive power outages across the Tri-State region of Kentucky, Ohio and West Virginia.  Another winter storm impacted the region February 17th through the 18th, hindering the efforts to restore power across the Tri-State region.

Become a Weather Spotter from the Comfort of Your Own Home!

Published 2021-02-08

Do you have an interest in weather and helping your community? The National Weather Service in Charleston, WV will be offering FREE live online weather spotter training webinars from late February through the month of March. Want to be a spotter but can't make a live webinar? We also offer the option for prospective weather spotters to view a recorded webinar and then take an online quiz.

New Feature: The Month in Review for January 2021

Published 2021-02-05

Storm Total Snowfall - January 30 through the morning of February 3, 2021

Published 2021-02-03

A slow moving winter storm impacted our region from late on January 30th into the morning of February 3rd.

Recap of Christmas Snow Storm

Published 2020-12-26

An arctic cold front swept across the region during the afternoon and evening of Christmas Eve. Rain changed to a period of heavy snow as the colder air moved into the region with several inches of snow falling region-wide. This produced our first white Christmas in several years for many locations.

Recap of Midweek Winter Storm

Published 2020-12-17

Summary of the First Widespread Snow of the 2020/2021 Winter Season

Published 2020-12-02