Snow blows across Kentucky

Good Friday, everyone. It took a little while, but Old Man Winter has finally arrived in the bluegrass state. Today’s snow marks our first real measureable snow in Lexington since early November. Wow!

A Winter Weather Advisory is out for most of the region to start the day…

Here’s a quick update before we get your tracking toys:

  • A healthy swath of snow will be with us this morning across much of central and eastern Kentucky.
  • Snowfall totals are lighter in the west and heavier in the east. Areas of central and eastern parts of the state fall within the 1″ and 4″ range.
  • There’s the potential for a few areas to overachieve.
  • By afternoon, light snows taper to snow showers and flurries.
  • Travel will be rather messy this morning with some black ice under any snow that falls.
  • Another light snow maker will roll in here early Saturday and should be able to drop some additional light accumulations.

I will have updates later today so check back. Until then, I have you all set to do some Friday snow tracking…


Fort Campbell

Bowling Green



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Covington area


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Mt. Vernon


Mountain Parkway near Slade

Have a happy Friday and take care.

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