We kept having power glitches at the station so I am now home and ready to change my overall blog forecast. I actually changed it for the 11pm news and got tied up with other things... long story short here is my update.
I had generally mentioned 1"-4" and that's pretty much a common total, but there are some locations that will see even more than the 4" so I have increased my projection for some counties to possibily hit 6"
Anthony Morrow sent this to us from McCreary County. This is one of my favorite measuring techniques... and these always find a way on my blog or broadcast! lol Thanks Anthony for your picture!
Jaden Pennington is standing here with a snowman that would make Frosty jealous. This one comes from Laurel County. The email said that Jaden built this with his dad... looks good... the only thing it needs is a pair of glasses and a bald head like me!!!!!
SNOW REPORTS LISTED BY AMOUNT
INCHES LOCATION ST COUNTY TIME
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5.00 BEATTYVILLE KY LEE 1050 PM
NWS EMPLOYEEE MEASURED FIVE INCHES OF SNOW
4.50 BEATTYVILLE KY LEE 1040 PM
TELEVISION MEDIA RELAYED A SPOTTER REPORT OF
FOUR AND A HALF INCHES OF SNOW IN
4.00 3 E JINKS KY ESTILL 1102 PM
A TRAINED SPOTTER MEASURED FOUR INCHES OF
3.50 BEATTYVILLE KY LEE 0945 PM
3.5 INCHES OF SNOW REPORTED BY COOP OBSERVER.
3.00 CAMPTON KY WOLFE 1020 PM
3 INCHES OF SNOW REPORTED BY THE PUBLIC.
3.00 1 NNW BOONEVILLE KY OWSLEY 1002 PM
A TRAINED SPOTTER REPORTED THREE INCHES OF
SNOW ON THE GROUND WITH TWO INCHES FALLING IN
THE PAST HOUR.
3.00 MONTICELLO KY WAYNE 0952 PM
THREE INCHES OF SNOW MEASURED IN MONTICELLO
BY LOCAL RADIO STATION.