Tracking the snow

Chief Meteorologist Shane Smith is watching the snow fly one more time across Eastern Kentucky.

 The snow is flying once again across Eastern Kentucky.  It's the winter that never ends around here, and now more snow is ongoing.  Now most of us will see less than an inch from this storm system, but the higher elevations of Letcher, Harlan and Pike Counties may see an inch or two.  The big problem from this snow will be the low visibility it will cause tonight.  You can track the snow with all the usual webcams and radars below.

  WYMT Studio in Hazard:


I-75 Near Corbin:


I-75 Near London:


NWS Office in Jackson:


UVA Wise:

The other side of this storm system is the cold temperatures we will feel across the mountains tomorrow morning.  Most of us on Thursday will wake up to temperatures in the teens and wind chills in the single digits.   The good news is the cool down won't last for too long.  Check out the 7-Day Forecast.

We may not be done with the snow just yet, but at least the very cold temperatures are gone from the forecast again.  I'm hoping this will be the last time we have teens on the 7-day for a long time.

-Shane Smith 






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