Good Friday to one and all. Our day is starting out with history making cold temperatures across the bluegrass state. Readings this morning will likely range from – 5 to -30 and that will give us one of the coldest mornings on record for Kentucky.
This comes on the cusp of a recent snowstorm that produced some of the heaviest one day snowfalls we’ve ever had. Our history making week continues as we track a developing winter storm into our region late tonight into the weekend.
This is a storm system that is likely to bring snow, sleet, freezing rain and rain our way. It’s going to be tough to figure out which areas get hit with what kind of precipitation and how much.
A WINTER STORM WATCH is out for most of Kentucky…
That will likely be updated to include additional counties and to switch it to a warning for some.
Snow, sleet and freezing rain is likely for our region. Figuring out who gets what of each will be the difficult part. Here’s a preliminary look…
Again, that’s the early call and a lot can change. This system is loaded with moisture and will put down a TON of precipitation. I will have another update later today.
In the short term, track what we have out there early today:
Make it a great day and take care.