The cold front has now crossed the Ohio River into Kentucky. This will work into central Ky over the next few hours. Temps will drop quickly behind this front with wind gusts hitting 35mph at times. Showers will mix with and change to snow later this evening.
Just days after Six Flags announced plans to close Kentucky Kingdom there are signs the amusement park could have new life.
The Courier-Journal reports four amusement park companies have asked the State Fair Board about taking Kentucky Kingdom.
The Fair Board President told the newspaper he's optimistic the park will have a new operator by this summer.
Six Flags announced last week it would not renew its lease with the Fair Board.
The company is currently bankruptcy protection.