Month: January 2019

Tuesday Evening Update

Good evening, folks. Our next arctic front is about to plow into the region and will bring bitterly cold wind chills and a period of light snow. This sets the stage for the bluegrass state to be transformed into the frozen...

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Frozen Tundra Alert

Good afternoon, everyone. The bluegrass state is turning into the proverbial frozen tundra as arctic cold winds send wind chill readings into the danger category. Light snow and flurries are flying, with a greater swath of light...

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Dangerously Cold Wind Chills

Good Tuesday, everyone. The first of two arctic fronts is now pushing east of the area, with the second arriving later tonight. That front will usher in some of the coldest wind chills we have seen in near 4 years. That means...

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Tracking The Arctic Front

Good evening, folks. Our first arctic front is crossing the state this evening, bringing bitterly cold temps and a period of snow to parts of the region. The next arctic front moves in Tuesday night with another period of light...

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Winter Weather Advisory East

Good afternoon, everyone. Our arctic front is rumbling toward the state and will bring bitterly cold temperatures and some snow to our region. For that reason, much of eastern and southeastern Kentucky is under a Winter Weather...

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Some Snow and Bitterly Cold Temps Ahead

Good Monday, everyone. Our arctic front continues to slide toward the region and will crash in tonight and Tuesday. That will bring bitterly cold temps and brutal wind chills for the middle and end of the week. It will also...

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