Winter Storm Warning

As of 3am, our FutureMAX SnowPredictor indicates the "potential" for up to a foot of snow across Southern Kentucky. Some locations may see much less, others may see more.
As of 3am, our FutureMAX SnowPredictor indicates the “potential” for up to a foot of snow across Southern Kentucky. Some locations may see much less, others may see more.

*WINTER STORM WARNING*
Snow totals of 8-12 and locally MORE possible for WBKO viewing area.

NOWCAST THROUGH LATE MORNING:
Snow, becoming heavy at times through the morning.
4am: 23° 5am: 22° 6am: 21° 7am: 21° 8am: 21° 9am: 21° 10am: 21°

BIG WINTER STORM:
A wide-ranging, very impactful winter storm has arrived in South-Central Kentucky! Significant snow is breaking out across across the region this morning. Snow will become heavy at times into much of the afternoon. Some warmer air aloft may work into counties bordering Tennessee, something that could reduce the storm totals a bit there. Nevertheless, this will be MAINLY a SNOW event, with substantial accumulations likely. Anywhere from 8-12″ is expected, with areas just north/northeast of Bowling Green most likely to see the highest amounts. Travel will be VERY hazardous and not recommended across our region today and possible for a while longer. Snow should wind down from west to east by around sunset. Stay tuned and stay connected as we track this storm!

BITTERLY COLD:
Unseasonably frigid temps will carry through much of next week. Isolated snow showers possible behind the storm system Tuesday and Wednesday Sub-zero overnight lows are likely Wednesday and Thursday as Arctic high pressure builds in, with record lows likely Thursday morning. Wind chills could dip well below 0 on occasion midweek. Another system works its way in Friday into Saturday with a chance for rain and snow. Highs will be mainly in the 20s before finally warming above freezing Saturday.

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TODAY:
Snow Likely, Heavy At Times…High 25, winds NW-8
Snow Ch: 100% Snow Amount: 4-8+” possible
Wind Chills: teens and single digits
Snow-covered, hazardous roads, some roads could be impassable

TONIGHT:
Snow Ending, then Mainly Cloudy…Low 12, winds W-6
Snow Ch: 50% Snow Amount: 2-4″ possible
Wind Chills: single digits
Snow-covered, hazardous roads, some roads could be impassable

TUESDAY:
Partly Sunny, A Few Flurries Possible…High 27, winds N-5
Snow Ch: 20%
Wind Chills: teens and single digits
Snow-covered, hazardous roads, some roads could be impassable

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One comment

  1. I just want to thank you for all you do. The first thing I do when I wake in mornings after being thankful for another day is look for your weather on here. I am a senior citizen in Russellville . Thanks again,Emma Rust.

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