Bands of heavy snow are now working through Central Kentucky. By the time this system ends on Thursday some areas will pick up more than 1 foot of snow.
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.