Very slow moving showers and thunderstorms will move into our area overnight and Sunday. The potential for flooding will be heightened in southern and eastern Kentucky.
Snow started falling this afternoon in Western Kentucky.
Forecasters expect total snow accumulations to reach 6" to 10" in that part of the state by Saturday afternoon.
The line from Crofton, Mammoth Cave and the northern tip of Russell County could receive as much as a foot.
About 3" to 6" is expected around the Western Kentucky Parkway and east to Munfordville, Greensburg and Campbellsville.
Up to 3" is possible for Breckinridge, northern Hardin, and northern Larue counties.
Officials warn travel is hazardous and say you should stay off the roads if you can.