Month: January 2018

First Call For Snowfall

Good evening, folks. Our snow threats for the coming days continue to show up a little better as we get closer. The first system rolling into town Thursday into Thursday night will switch from rain to wet snow quickly from...

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Wednesday Afternoon Update

Good afternoon, everyone. A very active winter weather pattern continues to take shape across the country, and it will likely impact our weather on multiple occasions. The first system zips in and out of town very quickly...

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February Looks To Rock Some Winter

Good Wednesday, folks. It’s the final day of January and we are sending the month out on a very nice weather note. As we roll into month 2 of the year, it’s a rather harsh looking winter pattern taking shape for much...

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Tuesday Evening Thoughts

Good evening, folks. We continue to track a cold and snowy looking pattern as we close in on the month of February. It’s a pattern we’ve been highlighting for a while now and things look to be on track. As many of...

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Midday Update

Good afternoon, everyone. Flurries are slowly ending, as a cold northwesterly wind continues to blow across Kentucky. The focus going forward is on a series of systems, set to bring some snow to our part of the world. The first...

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Tracking The Snow Possibilities

Good Tuesday, everybody. Snow showers and flurries will wind down early today, after putting down light accumulations in many areas. We are likely waking up to some cancellations and delays because of the flakes. I’m...

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