Month: November 2020

Monday Evening Update

Good evening, everyone. Firs off, I’m tired. After being up most of last night to track the morning little thumper of snow, your friendly weatherdude even gave up a day off to go into work for a while. I have to pace...

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Northwest Flow Snow Kicks In

Good afternoon, everyone. Snow continues to take control across central and eastern Kentucky as our upper low and northwest flow kick in. This is when things start to get tricky on the roads as temps crash through the 20s into...

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Snow Blows In To End November

Good Monday to one and all. A blast of snow and cold is surging into the bluegrass state today as a winter storm system rides up the Appalachian Mountains. This brings the first snowfall of the season to much of the region and...

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Winter Weather Advisory

Good evening, folks. Let me once again start out by apologizing for the site issues. As you know, I upgraded KWC back in the summer, but the new design is failing the first test of the winter. I will get this resolved one way or...

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A New Call For Snowfall(s)

Good afternoon, everyone. Our winter weather maker continues to roll toward the region and arrives this evening as rain presses in from the south. From there, we get two rounds of snow from late tonight through Tuesday. This...

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First Call For Snowfall(s)

Good Sunday to one and all. It’s full steam ahead toward our first blast of winter weather moving in for the next couple of days. This one has been on our radar for a week or so and has a lot of moving parts, complicating...

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