Good Wednesday evening, gang. I warned you it would be a wild weather ride and mother nature didn’t disappoint. Strong and severe thunderstorms rolled across the state the day. 4 tornadoes have been confirmed as of this writing.
The current focus is on the high water threat across southeastern Kentucky Numerous counties are under a Flood Warning…
The heaviest rain will slowly end this evening as a strong cold front works across the state. There will be a narrow band of showers and thunderstorms along the front and this may produce winds nearing 40mph at times.
Much colder air works in behind the front and this will set us up for some snow showers and flurries overnight. Temps will drop into the 20s and some slick spots will be possible on area roads.
A quick moving system will roll through here late Thursday into Thursday night. This will bring a swath of light snow to the region…
A coating to an inch will be possible for some areas. Arctic cold temps and flurries then move in for Friday with highs not too far from 20 degrees. Another light snow maker moves in for Saturday and Saturday night and that could bring another light snowfall.