Monthly Archives: January 2014

Half and half Super Bowl Weekend

Good Friday, everyone. We’re rolling into the weekend on a gorgeous weather note across Central and Eastern Kentucky. Milder air and some sunshine will go a long way to help us shake off the ice. Unfortunately, it’s not going to … Continue reading

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Watching the winter threat for early February

Good Thursday, everyone. We’re about the close the books on a brutally cold January across the bluegrass state. As we head into February, things continue to look super active and that means a very wintry pattern. The first system I’m … Continue reading

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A more active pattern taking shape

Good Wednesday, everyone. Our weather pattern is about to go from bitterly cold to hyperactive over the next few days. This means we probably have a lot of winter to go through as we roll into February. The Bluegrass State … Continue reading

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Arctic cold continues

Good Tuesday to one and all. We have a bitterly cold day in progress across Kentucky, and it might be accompanied by some light snow for a few areas. The overall pattern is taking on a messy look. Let’s start … Continue reading

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Arctic blast blows in today

Good Monday, everyone. Old Man Winter took the last day of the weekend off, but he is ready to blow back in today with another bitterly cold air mass. The arctic cold front swings in early this morning with a … Continue reading

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Another brutal blast of cold coming

Good Sunday, everyone. The bluegrass state is experiencing one of the worst stretches of winter weather on record and more is to come. I’m tracking another blast of bitterly cold air that may bring the coldest readings of the entire … Continue reading

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Snow and wind tracker

Good Saturday, everyone. We have a nasty weather day on tap for central and eastern Kentucky. Snow and high winds will combine to make for dangerous travel in many areas… especially early today. Here’s a breakdown: – A band of … Continue reading

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Major travel problems coming

Good Friday afternoon. We have a HIGH impact storm taking aim at our region late tonight into Saturday. Snow and high winds will combine to cause near blizzard conditions and horrible roads. Here’s a breakdown… – Snow moves in from … Continue reading

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Another round of accumulating snow for Saturday

Good Friday, everyone. Kentucky continues to be the latest version of the frozen tundra and this looks to continue for a long while to come. While the bitter cold takes center stage early this morning, another round of accumulating snow … Continue reading

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Some Quick Thoughts

Good evening, everyone. I wanted to drop by for some thoughts on where this pattern goes from here. – Lows tonight will tank! Below zero readings are likely for much of central and eastern Kentucky. Some of the colder spots … Continue reading

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