Snow line is beginning to crash into parts of central Kentucky. The rate of snow will pick-up this evening and into the overnight. Some of these snow bands could produce 1"-2" per hour at times.
A snow emergency continued in 11 Kentucky counties Tuesday, and two more were added, as a winter storm continues to affect the region.
Officials in Henry County issued a Level 2 Emergency Tuesday morning. State Police report most roadways in that county are snow covered and dangerous.
While I-71 in Henry County is mostly clear, secondary roads there are still said to be impassable at times due to high snow drifts.
Bath County also declared a snow emergency Tuesday.
11 counties declared a snow emergency Monday. Those counties are Fleming, Mason, Pendleton, Grant, Owen, Harrison, Kenton, Gallatin, Campbell, Boone, and Bracken.
Lexington Mayor Jim Newberry ended the snow emergency for Fayette County Tuesday morning.
Officials in Gallatin County say they're also now running into problems with their salt supplies, because of the recent snow.