Monthly Archives: January 2016

Warm weather leads to a big storm system

Good Sunday, everyone. We have another very mild day in store for central and eastern Kentucky. Above normal temps this time of year can often be accompanied by the threat for thunderstorms, and that’s just what we have in the … Continue reading

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Tracking wild weather changes

Good Saturday to one and all. We have a very mild and breezy weekend across central and eastern Kentucky. This is good news for all of those who have a serious case of cabin fever. This won’t last very long … Continue reading

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A very active pattern takes shape

Good Friday to one and all. We have a weak front blowing across the region, but this isn’t bringing much more than  a few snowflakes and chilly air. The forecast from later this weekend to next week is ready to ramp … Continue reading

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Big changes on the way

Good Thursday to one and all. Our overall weather pattern is looking rather active over the next few weeks. This means we have a lot of big changes on the way during this time. Those changes could mean severe storms … Continue reading

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A big weekend warm-up on the way

Good Wednesday, folks. A seasonal brand of cold is back in the Bluegrass State and will hang around for the rest of the work week. All of that changes in a big way this weekend as temps get set to … Continue reading

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Winter takes a brief break

Good Tuesday to one and all. Old Man Winter is going to be taking a small break over the next week. That doesn’t mean things are balmy during this time, but it does mean we are through with the harsh … Continue reading

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Tracking a cold front toward Kentucky

Good Monday, folks. We’re coming off an absolutely wicked week of winter weather across the Bluegrass State.  A history-making snowstorm blanketed much of the state in 1 to 2 feet of snow. To cap the weekend off, temps went below … Continue reading

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Better weather moves in

Good Sunday to one and all. We’re coming off another history-making winter storm across Central and Eastern Kentucky. Many areas finished the storm with 1 to 2 feet of snow on the ground. Gusty winds created drifts of 3 to 5 feet in some … Continue reading

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Major winter storm pulls away

Good Saturday, everyone. Wow! Our major winter storm was everything I had been warning you about in the days leading up to it. Historic snowfall and high winds combined to shutdown the bluegrass state. Snow totals just for Friday ranged … Continue reading

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Tracking a major winter storm

Good Friday, everyone. We have a major winter storm bringing heavy snow and high winds to Kentucky. This has the ability to shut down parts of the commonwealth through early Saturday. Some thoughts on how this is likely to work … Continue reading

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