Winter Weather Advisory

Good afternoon everyone. Our winter storm continues to blast the bluegrass state. Blizzard conditions swept across parts of western Kentucky overnight and early this morning. Thundersnow was reported earlier today in northern Kentucky as thunderstorms were booming across the south and southeast.

The snow line is crashing eastward across the state this afternoon and that means a messy evening commute for many. Snow accumulations across central and eastern Kentucky will range from a coating to up to 3″. For that reason… A Winter Weather Advisory has been posted:


The big doughnut hole across northeastern Kentucky is brought to you by the good folks at the National Weather Service out of Charleston, WV.

Snow showers and squalls will kick in tonight and carry us into early Thursday and roads will likely be slick during this time.

Keep posting the weather where you live and I will have updates as needed. Take care.

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162 Responses to Winter Weather Advisory

  1. Andy Rose says:

    Thanks for the info Mr Bailey

  2. Angelica says:

    Thanks Chris. I’m just looking forward to the next system for Saturday now, I’ve abandoned all hope on this one LOL.

  3. Snowcat says:

    So normal out of Charleston.

  4. bjenks says:

    Looks like 90% of the precip is fading in KY…Why a WWA Now for the entire state. I could see for the far Eastern KY, but not the entire state. Hopefully the squalls pick up in intensity and proves me wrong.

  5. J.Knight says:

    It is snowing now in Elizabethtown.

  6. Tori says:

    In waren county snow is comimg down

  7. Bryan says:

    I’m done with winter weather… No getting my hopes up anymore…. If it snows, it snows.

  8. Todd says:

    The 2pm snow arrival is approach and still 38 in Frankfort, and yes the radar west of I65 is fading by the minute, Winter weather advisory is a stretch at this point?

  9. Snowman says:

    I think I’ve figured this out…..If dry slot doesn’t form, if severe storms down south don’t rob all the moisture, if storm doesn’t suck in dry air and warm air like they always do, if temps don’t rise to 34 degrees when it starts snowing like usual, if moisture doesn’t vanish on the radar as it always does……then I may see a flurry. Or was it just a piece of napkin flying by? :p

    • WendyT says:

      Yup, couldn’t have said it any better. Any body wanna buy a farm? I’m ready to go back to FL.

      • KP says:

        Muddy horse hoofprint holes, WendyT? December is the yuckiest month of the year. Short days, mud, cold wind, mud, lots of rain, therefore more mud.

        No wonder people around here get Seasonal Affective Disorder.

        • WendyT says:

          KP, those muddy 6″ holes will be frozen in the morning and be even more fun. This weather is pretty rough on my 3 old-timers (25 yrs+). Brought them in the barn and now lots more work for me. πŸ™

          • KP says:

            Our horses refuse to go in the barn. They get frisky and run ONLY when it’s cold and muddy and they sink up to their knees. I get frustrated year after year after year…

            Oh well, we could be living in a city and listening to cars honking 24/7. Even at its absolute ugliest, our view is gorgeous.

            Good luck with your kids! πŸ™‚

  10. BubbaG says:

    CB, are you super sure about this one? Seems the coating to 3″ for the general area may be heavy on the former.

    Lucy gets another win?

    • MikeM says:

      Considering a coating is next to nothing and 3 inches is the max ( central ky will surely not see that) Chris can’t miss on it.

      • BubbaG says:

        True, but seems another case of the wind knocked out of folks, staring at the sky while a little girl with a football runs away giggling.

        Betting big odds the enthusiasm for the weekend system will be a “tad” on the low side. This I suggest is the watershed moment for doubt and will not improve unless something actually pans out.

        Enthusiasm improves as the results do.

      • pattyversailles says:

        Hey MikeM!

    • Andy Rose says:

      good luck getting a response chris is a busy boy

      • BubbaG says:

        I did not expect a reply as a result. More a rhetorical point.

        Even for a cynic like me this is getting silly. People saying “this is the start of winter” are forgetting the looooonnnng concurrent trend for winter misses. This to me is simply a continuation of the blehs.

        • MikeM says:

          Deja Vu as I see it. I’ve been getting the wind kicked out of me for 14 years now. UK football treats me the same way. I start the season hoping for the best but knowing what the outcome will be.

  11. Ryan says:

    Sleet and snow is now falling in Shelbyville.

  12. MeganB says:

    These warnings are absolutely ridiculous. My area has been under a blizzard warning since 1AM until 1AM Thursday and we were expected to get 6-12 inches. I’d be surprised if we even got 2 inches and it is done snowing. There is no way I just experienced a “blizzard” they should be more sparing with their warnings

  13. Kelly in Louisville says:

    It’s a wet and muddy mess here in Louisville with just a few very light snow flurries. The NWS in Louisville and Jackson were proved right not to have posted any advisory’s leading up to this storm only to jump the shark at the last minute and put them out there now that it’s winding down. Despite what Chris says, it seems that Charleston is the only office not to call wolf. I give up on winter, I’m ready for the leaves to come back on the trees and the warm sunshine to return.

  14. Todd says:

    Yep just as the cold air starts coming into western parts of central ky the low that brought the warm air up here begins to die and moisture starts to fade, this is amazing how many negative factors work against snow fans in central KY!
    Dry slots
    Warm aloft
    NWest shift
    transfer Of power to east coast low
    This storm name for cKY is LUCY! (Lousy,ugly,central,yuck)

    • Tom N Lincoln says:

      Yeah, its really getting old. The only snow we see around here is Lake Effect, or what we’re seeing today. For some strange reason, we just cant get in on any meaningful snows at all anymore. When I was a kid, the snow that came from Texas and through Arkansas always came up through Kentucky. Now It’ll either go NW, or go up along the eastern coast pretty much every time. I hate it.

  15. Muddy says:

    Snowing in McCreary!

  16. Todd says:

    NWS in Louisville talking about a deformation band setting up nicely east of Louisville, yea as it got close to Frankfort it split, it will reform and hit Lexington as always with an inch or so, Frankfort must be snow dome central!

  17. Lincoln says:

    The people who get the snow in KY, also happen to be the ones who claim they get no snow? Anyone want to take a shot at what region of the state I’m referring to??

    • Russ says:

      If you’re referring to London/Corbin, let me tell you how much snow we’ve picked up so far in this “wimpy “winter-0.0. Let me tell you how much I think we’ll pick up by April-0.0. AO/NAO set to go neutral to positive. I guess we’ll get the pacific jet going full strength in January.

    • Andy Rose says:

      Central Western eastern Northern KY ?lol

  18. Mae says:

    Lesson to be learned from all this is to not get hyped on all post about snows storms!

  19. WKUFan518 says:

    If you want snow come to Detroit! Go WKU!!!!

  20. dillon says:

    andy rose – do u think janurary or feb will get our snow totals back up there?.

  21. Andy Rose says:

    getting cold in knox

  22. Todd says:

    Waiting for winter weather advisory cancelation for NCentral KY, Frankfort area will be lucky to see a deck duster out of this, Maybe Chris will say the snow showers and squalls with kick in later, those always develop east of Frankfort though!

  23. Fed up says:

    I live in the doughnut hole and so sick of hearing about WVA. Always last on winter weather advisory. We lived much closer to other NSW stations besides Charleston WVA. I LIVE IN KY. Also while I am on the soap box because we own a satellite and have dish network cable not available not allowed to have a Lexington tv station for local news it stops at morehead. Such crap!

  24. Rachel says:

    Well… the temperature here in Lexington dropped from 42 to 36 in less than an hour… that’s something I suppose. But I’m still thinking a dusting is what we’re in for. Wish I lived in Paducah right about now!

  25. misty says:

    Snow mixing in with rain in Corbin… car says 36 degrees

  26. KeavyMan says:

    34 with a mix of rain and snow here in Keavy. Starting to see more snow now too. Now I am just waiting on it to stop all together.

    Someone say leaves and warm sunshine? Count me in. This area seldom see’s snow but when we do, it is decent (for the most part). Maybe I will plant some Palm Tree’s this spring and throw some sand over the yard and start living as though I am in the sanding beaches of Florida.

  27. Jenn says:

    snowing pretty good here in the stamping ground area, it may not be sticking but it sure is pretty to look at falling from the sky

  28. Jen in Sadieville says:

    Snowing big ole flakes in Gtown!!!!!!

  29. Todd says:

    NWS says now a travelers advisory for tonight because of scatterd snow showers, another way of saying dusting for most but some slick roads due to water and freezing temps, deck duster!

    Lets move on to the next snow disappointment this weekend!
    Hey, where has Mr. Think positive been today, maybe he is thinking positive about Saturday?

    • barb says:

      I’ve been reading Chris’s great blog for several years and I must say you’re always complaining about this and that, its getting pretty old. Stop the whining, its childish. But keep up the great work Chris.

      • Todd says:

        I’ve been here for years to, I don’t need your opinion like your my mother, this is a weather blog of discussions and opinions, yours has been noted, sorry I’m not up to your positive outlook?

        • KellyinLouisville says:

          If she thinks this is childish, she doesn’t get around the Internet much.

          • Matthew says:

            You are right KellyinLouisville. The whining of some of the people on here is not near as bad as other places. Just best to ignore the whiners and complainers.

  30. Andrew says:

    Its snowing now in SW Lexington

  31. rolo says:

    BUBBA i told u and even u knew there was never going be 1-3 inches, there will be a coating with the thin band moving east, there no upslope etc with this. this systenm over but road will be little sliuck BUT A SEVERE WINTER WEATHER DAY once again was silly.

  32. uktlex says:

    Was curious about Chris’s comma head tweet and found this interesting article on it.

  33. Crystal In Pikeville says:

    Wow what a yucky day.Maybe we should all just move to London England thats what this weather reminds me of.I talked to my sister in Indy or 10mins from and she said she had Blizzard conditions earlier with 8-9 inches of snow and big snow drifts I said rub it in lol.Where’s that Football lol?????? What can we do?

  34. Todd says:

    Hey, gotta dusting in Frankfort, positive post from me for a change πŸ˜‰

  35. Chris Mercer says:

    Well, this played out as expected for Central KY, but Western KY largely got the shaft. Blizzard warnings and 1-7 inches of snow (and the 7 in extreme Western KY, Ballard County). This was not even a near miss. This was an SW Illinois and Central Indiana event, along with parts of Arkansas, Missouri, and now going up northeast.

    Cheer up. It will be our turn again sometime. In 1993, SE Kentucky and parts of central KY got hammered with a record snowfall. I was living in Western KY at the time and we had a nice spring day. In 1996, I had 12 inches of snow with four foot drifts in Madisonville, KY while Murray, 70 miles away had nothing. In Kentucky, big snows are rare, not the norm. We had more than average in the Late 70’s through early 90’s but look at the overall snowfall records. You will find very few snows, historically of 8 inches or more.

  36. alena says:

    I don’t know why anybody would want a blizzard or a foot of snow. It doesn’t take that much for it to be pretty to look

    • BubbaG says:

      That said, it takes some actual snow on the ground to look pretty πŸ˜‰

      We rode the winter “storm” wave for three days that sunk mainly to an “advisory”. and now is a “mystery”. πŸ˜‰

  37. MarkLex says:

    I think the “comments” section is a form of “therapy” or to vent frustration. Fully expected given our season so far!

  38. rolo says:

    why no there be a THREAT MODE FOR weekend by tomm morrn, and there be another SEVERE WEATHER DAY for 1 inch rain astorm. that my problem, is they issue a Day whewn what they are forcast is just regular weather.

  39. MarkLex says:

    And Indy NWS (on their main page) you can read them talking about how 9 inch or more snows are rare for even their area. Big 9 plus inch snows don’t even happen that often in Indy. Only 20 such storms over over 9 inches since records have been kept for their area (according to the NWS there). Ironically, I think Lexington has had more snow from a single storm than Indy has since records have been kept. And Knoxville has had more from a single storm than Lexington since records have been kept (thanks to the ’93 superstorm for them)….You would think the opposite would be true.

  40. Dawnp007 says:

    Big flakes coming down here in jc!!! If only it would last:(

  41. teachert says:

    Snow started a little after 5 here in Irvine. I could see it falling up on the mountains, but finally started at ground level.

  42. Chris Mercer says:

    Chris had Lawrenceburg in the 1-3 inch range all along. One more little burst will get us to 1 inch. So, no complaining for me. He was right on. He also never said this was a “high risk” area for a snowstorm.

    • BubbaG says:

      We have zip so far. If a coating can not even come from this, we could have on of the top epic downgrades of an outlook in some time. Well, in the last few years.

      Winter storm to our winter “norm”. πŸ˜‰

      • Chris Mercer says:

        Well, I have to say last year was a real bust other than the March 5th storm. However, 2009-2010 and 2010-2011 we had over two feet of snow here in Lawrenceburg, so no complaint. I still can’t believe the difference in weather between Anderson and Madison County. We are 23 miles West of Lexington–maybe 50 miles from you!

        • MikeM says:

          Yea but those 2 feet came in 1 to 1 1/2 inch increments. You can’t sled or build snowmen out of that.

          • MikeM says:

            Woodford didn’t get 2 feet of snow. The only thing separating wood ford county and lawrenceberg is the Kentucky river. That must be the culprit

          • Chris Mercer says:

            Well, Mike I do have some photos of my son on Christmas Day 2010 with at least four inches of snow. I know that one for a fact. And in January of 2010 with four or five inches. Lexington had 27.0 inches of snow from Dec 2010-Feb 2011. Don’t know exactly how much Lawrenceburg had but it was similar. I can’t explain why it would snow two feet in a season in Lawrenceburg and Lexington but not Versailles.

  43. Wes says:

    Snowing in Benham in Harlan County.

  44. Todd says:

    Deck duster here in east Frankfort, sounds like some scattered areas getting in on much heavy snowshowers, if you get an inch or more you are one of the lucky spots!

    • Chris Mercer says:

      Think we will make it to 1 inch in Lawrenceburg though less snow than we had on 12/21.

      • Todd says:

        The 12/21 snow was a blocker buster compared to this wimpy thing, I had over a half inch out of that one, and it drifted a few inches by the driveway! I know sounds pitiful, but that is what winter has become in CKY!

        • Chris Mercer says:

          Hahaha–Now you finally amused me with describing the 12/21 snow as a “blockbuster.” Only thing that one was good for was making me go to the car wash on Christmas Eve πŸ™‚

  45. MT says:

    Still 43 here in e. KY and snow is no where to be seen on any radar. All precipitation has lifted north and east. Don’t believe any advisories are necessary.

  46. Which Way Is the Wind Blowing says:

    You know what guys and gals it is going to be the same story this weekend and the next over sold storm on the 1st. I am so disgusted with the outcome today.

    • BubbaG says:

      I think this is one of our top epic downgrades within three days. Seems the weekend will be a shy event for local mets, given the results of this. That said, most mets did not expect much out of this one to begin with.

      • dillon says:

        ALOT of models showing the storms ..friday night..mainly rain changing to light years..rain changing to light snow..then in the 7-14 day outlook..models showing a BIG warmup to take place..

      • Chris Mercer says:

        Bubba–think if you were my folks in Western KY. Last night they had a blizzard warning in Madisonville for a foot of snow. They ended up with 1 inch! I don’t think we have ever had that much of a bust in a forecast? Maybe 4 inches and nothing–but a blizzard and one inch!?? I think the “dome” is expanding!

  47. turner says:

    a little snow mixed with a light rain in SW Breathitt Co. Temp is 34.

  48. Sandman says:

    Nothing in Morehead…

  49. Aaron C. says:


    Man….I think we can say we’ve gotten about 0.2″ of snow so far this winter in Madison. At this rate, we MIGHT get an inch this winter!

    80 in January, huh? Why not just shoot for 90? Would probably be easier than getting one of those big snowstorms—but 90 degrees would break a record—the “climate change/global warming” folks would be all for that.

    • Chris Mercer says:

      The 13 inches of snow actually happened two days after it hit 80 in Lexington. Let’s go for 90 and 23 inches this time. Really make the climate change folks go mad!

  50. Bernard P. Fife says:

    I can see the commercial now, just in time for the next system this weekend. “Kentucky Winter” the newest & best shampoo on the market…just rinse & repeat, rinse & repeat!

  51. upslope says:

    light snow here on a ridgetop (1,400 feet ele.) in Leslie Co… to turn white…love living in the mountains!!!

  52. blue says:

    Well looks like CB was wrong on this one. He had Larue Co in the 1 – 3 inch band, and we didn’t even get a dusting. Only a few light snow showers.

  53. Joe T says:

    I like the trend the GFS had for the mid week storm…..lets change the subject.

    • Danny says:

      Now Joe, dont you fall into that GFS trap thats eye candy and only eye candy. Trust me on this it will be rain or a mix in KY and it will snow all around us from the panhandle of Florida to Green Bay Wisconsin and completely miss Kentucky. Snow in Ky is like trying to find love in a strip club it just doesnt happen.

    • BubbaG says:


      Chris Bailey’s Winter Sports Blog, where snow is never a distraction πŸ™‚

  54. Todd says:

    Are we really going to try this again Friday nite, lets all lower our expectations and say every winter storm threat 1in or less and anything more than that EPIC, this is mostly for Central Ky snow dome area!

  55. sue(flatwoods,ky) says:

    nothing but 40 deg and rain all day. now that the temp has started to fall the moisture is gone unless we get some that wraps around tonight, : ( Have friends in OH who have 10 inches of snow! Wish we could have gotten atleast alittle bit of snow out of this today!!!!! Oh well maybe next time!!!!!!

  56. turner says:

    light mist here in sw breathitt co. sticking a little on the car but far from a coating yet.

  57. sue(flatwoods,ky) says:

    as soon as i posted my comment of no SNOW i looked out and it is SNOWING!!!! LOL

  58. Andy Rose says:

    Well out of the 2 “winter storms” we have had so far we haven’t had enough snow to go above a pair of flip flops probably not a 1/4 inch combined 2 swings 2 misses

  59. TONEY says:

    as much as i respect chris and his forecasting expertise, i think he actually busted on this forecast for more people than he got it right for…..actually the local mets in my area called this 1 just the way it happened….cold rain by morning with sleet or freezing rain at the onset then a change over to snow showers late tonight with a dusting to 1 inch and left over flurries in the morning…….local mets where i live is not giving this next storm much of a chance either……i would love to know what happened to all the blocking that was supposed to be taking place and where all the days with highs in the 20s and possibly teens went to that chris spoke of about 2 weeks ago……folks in order to get a good snow storm in the area we live in we need a very cold high to our north and then a very strong low to come up out of the gulf and with no blocking that is not going to happen no way soon…… me a bubble buster if u want to but i am just stating the bare ground facts…….thanks for reading

    • Which Way Is the Wind Blowing says:

      Why are you so negative.(lol)

      • TONEY says:

        i don’t think i am being very negative but when u r a weather forecaster u have to take the criticism as well as the pat on the back….if u hit spot on then u look great but if u fail and miss u eat humble pie….plain and simple… i said i have all the respect in the world for chris but when u miss, u miss, maybe not for every one out there but like i said he got this 1 right for 10% of the state and the other 90% he was off but i will give him credit for keeping us on our toes when no one else will.

    • Danny says:

      Amen! Toney,testify.

    • BubbaG says:

      I think it is kind of obvious it is a bust, but you don’t have to rub it in. Kind of like when somebody bumps their head and people ask “All you all right?”…..”Of course not! I just bumped my $#$$ head!”.

      We have not even got the minimum range coating in north Madison, town area and Winchester got zip as well.

      I suggest to keep things fresh during our winters of discontent, we make this Chris Bailey’s Sports Blog. This will bridge us until Spring πŸ™‚ πŸ˜‰

    • Chris Bailey says:

      This blog covers the ENTIRE STATE of Kentucky. Feel free to find another weather site of your choosing if this one doesn’t give you what you’re looking for.

      • JJTeach says:

        Couldn’t have said it better myself Chris!!!

      • TONEY says:

        don’t know if u r referring to my earlier comment or not but i never said this blog did not give me what i was looking for i only said that i thought this forecast was a bust for a lot of people and some people it was spot on and as with any forecaster, you have to take the criticism as well as pat on the back like u have done quite a few times over the years… also critisize some people some of the time also such as why the nws in charleston, wva never issued wwa’s for ne ky……well after the way this storm has panned out can’t you see why? i respect you very much but i was not the 1 that got on here several weeks ago and posted maps about 20’s and possible teens for daytime highs and single digit lows……i realize you don’t get paid a dime for this and believe me it is much appreciated but if i had a blog where i made predictions about weather, football or anything, if i get it wrong i am going to get a lot of static and if i am right, well then i am the best person in the world.

        if u want to ban me from commenting, then go ahead but i am not the only one on here tonight that is being negative so to speak…….thank you for reading and may god bless you and better luck with the next storm.

      • BubbaG says:

        CB, please don’t take things personal. We heart you πŸ™‚

        The emphasis is on the modest snow events that you can not control. It just is what it is.

        This blog is more addictive than beer cheese πŸ™‚

      • Chris Wilson says:

        I know you can’t get it correct all the time and people just get frustrated. BTW I have tried contacting you about advertising on your site several times with no response. Contact me if you would. Thanks for all you do!

      • Marsha says:

        Thank you Chris these comment have just been awful Chris I love what you do for us please keep up the good work some of us really love what you do…

    • turner says:

      I give Chris credit he has the guts to predict the storms a week or so out. None of the others have the guts to make a prediction even 2-3 days out. Sometimes he misses but more often than not he is spot on. I thank him for giving us a heads up when the POTENTIAL for a major storm is out there. If you can show me a met. that can accurately predict the exact snowfall forecast a week out. And for what its worth he was spot on for me. A coating to 2 ” and while it was on the low end consider it in the margin of error.

      • craig says:

        tell them chris…bubba..rolo..all of the haters..go to a inbred weather chatroom or something..chris is the man..he doest have to take his time out of his day to make a blog for us weather lovers..rolo flip flops with ever model run and all these other one hit wonder bill meck lovers dont know which road to take to get to liquor mart in manchester much less comprehind all the elements that come together to make a forecast. chris you should make a blog where you can only respond if you have an account profile so some of these hide behind the computer people will shut up

        • BubbaG says:

          Ohhhh. This is supposed to be a fan club and be subjective to that premise. I said CB’s outlook and forecast was reasonable, based on the data. He can not help if things do not pan out as expected. I also have a science degree and a graduate degree, so understand the forecast dynamics. I just like speaking in simple terms.

          I ain’t hiding either. Plain site, in north Madison. Get er dunnnn!

          BTW, leave Rolo alone. The Andy Griffith show had Otis and he too was an important aggregate to the social mix. His Rolocoaster commentary and syntax absolutely rocks!

          So set up profiles and keep everybody in lock step. That sounds spiffy. If anything, your post seems the most offensive in promise.

        • MikeM says:

          Wheres the love Craig?

      • Danny says:

        That’s why most mets don’t like to predict or give a 10- 14 day forecast because its usually not accurate. It’s like throwing darts at a dart board. I just don’t agree with hyping up a storm thats a week away.

        • craig says:

          he didnt predict…he gave an area that had highest..moderate..and low THREATS..when i think of means its possible..most of state was moderatly or low possible..when he goes alert that means he is forecasting it..he didnt make an actual forecast til his first call map and that was a day before..he does this blog so we can follow the models and see what they are showing

          • TONEY says:

            when half of the state gets less than an inch and he had over half of the state in a moderate to high possibility then that is simply busting a forecast…..never said from the get go that chris was bad at what he done or predicted anything but any one has to call it as they see it…..example….joe bastardi didn’t get the storm exactly right either and we all know how he hypes up storms and he was on his site this evening explaining what happened cause the storm did not pan out with accumalations like he said ir thought it would but he admitted he missed some things and he will learn from this and try to get better with the next storm this weekend which he is saying will be stronger than what the models r showing at this time.

            • Bob says:

              May I ask you one question if you don’t like the way Chris does his blog which is a discussion of possibilities with upcoming weather simply don’t read it. But don’t complain!

              I never post I normally just read but people are not thankful enough for what Chris does !

        • Which Way Is the Wind Blowing says:

          I love everybody who makes comments on this site. I do not think I have ever taken a shot at Chris matter of fact I know I have not. I am more frustrated with these god awful snow models.
          When Chris post he is only showing us the best possibilities of receiving a major snowstorm. You are a fool if you think a models prognostication is edge in stone a week out. This is a blog site that people enjoys speculating about the oncoming weather and I always welcome everybodys thought as long as it does not become personal.

          • Which Way Is the Wind Blowing says:

            By the way his forecast map last nite was based on good science. I believe the 0z nam had Louisville area in the 2-4″ zone.

  60. Weatherdadof2 says:

    Just got home in London….solid coating on everything. Nice to come home to white. I drove home through snow from near Asheville, NC to London, KY, BUT hardly anything was showing up on radar. Interesting.

  61. Nate in Nicholasville says:

    I’m ready for boating and grilling season….

  62. MikeM says:

    I wonder if wxman will get on to tell everyone how he nailed another one. πŸ˜‰ Have not seen a post from him.

    • Vinny says:

      Probably sprain his shoulder patting himself on the back (Joking WXMAN)
      Seriously, their are a few of you whinning wannabes that ruin this blog for everyone else. Like Bob stated, if you don’t like the blog, MOVE ON…!

      Thanks for all your hardwork CB, and good luck in the playoffs with that sorry Bengals team you live so much… πŸ˜‰


      • Jeff Hamlin says:

        Vinny, just because people do not post to your standards does not make them whiners. Come down from that high horse.

  63. Louis says:

    I think some people see things too much the way they hope they will turn out. Chris basically gives us a discussion of the computer models and puts his spin on those models based on his expertise and knowledge of KY weather trends. No other met in the area is willing to go into that kind of depth because it is an inexact science and they don’t have the attachments to open themselves up to the inevitable criticism that will take place if the computer models they are looking at do not pan out. Chris gets a lot more correct than incorrect when you actually look at his final forecasts. Do not confuse his discussion of the various models and long-range predictions with his actual final forecasts. My job is somewhat influenced by the weather and I have learned over the past couple years that Chris is much more accurate than anyone else who forecasts KY weather. I hit up this blog several times a day as a result.

  64. barb says:

    Lets not forget Lincoln, he’s another that never gets a forecast correct.

  65. Amandanlouisville says:

    I know this is a blog and we can vent our frustrations about the weather etc …..but seriously calm down . It wouldn’t be so memorable if we got 4 n 5 winter storms every year ! just think of it as that $1 lottery ticket you get …most of the time you lose but just once n awhile you win . . that’s my 2cents

  66. Andy Rose says:

    update posted on the other blog

  67. Cmon Man says:

    We are a week into winter and people are having epic meltdowns about this winter being a bust.

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