Monthly Archives: November 2014

Check out this record

Good evening, everyone. Lexington hit 11 degrees Wednesday morning, setting a record low for the day. It doesn’t stop there: Yep, that 11 degree mark is the coldest we’ve ever been this early in the season. Records for Lexington go all the … Continue reading

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Another arctic front arrives

Good Wednesday to one and all. Record cold continues to grip the Bluegrass State. We had a record low and a low high on Tuesday in the coldest November day since 1976. Guess what? We’ve already set a record low for Wednesday. … Continue reading

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Bitterly cold for November

Good Tuesday to one and all. It’s about as cold as it can possibly get this time of year in the Bluegrass State. Temperature records might fall in many areas as a few snow flurries continue to fly. The records for Lexington … Continue reading

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Arctic cold surging in

Good Monday afternoon. Record snows fell on much of the Bluegrass State overnight and Monday morning. Additional snow showers and squalls will fire up in the afternoon as arctic cold surges in from the northwest. The temperature might drop all the way into the … Continue reading

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Tracking a major shot of winter weather

Good Monday, everyone. We’re tracking a big blast of winter weather across Central and Castern Kentucky. Snow will accumulate across much of the region early Monday. Arctic cold will follow with what amounts to a harsh January pattern in the middle … Continue reading

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Winter Weather Advisory

Good afternoon, folks. Things continue to progress nicely toward a significant blast of winter to impact our region over the next couple of days. I’ve seen nothing today that would make me think differently about how things play out. Of course, … Continue reading

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Tracking a winter storm into Kentucky

Good Sunday, everyone. Winter weather has been common across the region over the pasts several days. We’ve had rounds of light snow and flurries and record cold temps. Now we track a developing winter storm into the bluegrass state. This … Continue reading

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Saturday Evening Update

We continue to watch a developing winter storm for Sunday night and Monday. This is likely to bring accumulating snows to much of the region. A heavy swath of snow  looks to set up from southwest to northeast. Exactly where … Continue reading

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Snow threat increasing for Sunday night

Good Saturday, everyone. Arctic cold air continues to keep us in the deep freeze and that deep freeze is about to be joined by some of the white stuff. A winter storm will target parts of the bluegrass state Sunday night and … Continue reading

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Friday evening update

Good Friday evening, gang. Friday was a record-setting day in Lexington. Our high reached only 32 degrees, and that’s the lowest high temperature ever recorded on this date. The old record of 34 was from way back in 1906. Wow! From here, … Continue reading

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