Much of the region along and north of Interstate 64 picked up a lot of snow last night into this morning. I’ve had reports of 3″-11″ of wet snow from these areas. Lexington picked up right at 4″ of the white stuff.
The next system rolls in Tuesday into Tuesday night and is likely to bring another round of nastiness to Kentucky. That will especially be true across the northern half of the state and across the west.
With snow on the ground from this last storm… freezing rain on top of that could get ugly in a hurry. That is the biggest concern going forward and something I will be watching very closely.
A shot of very cold air comes in behind this with temps Wednesday falling through the 20s with snow showers and squalls around. Highs by Thursday may not get out of the teens as lows try to head toward single digits.
The storm coming this weekend could run from the Gulf of Mexico to the New England. This has the look of being the biggest and baddest of the winter.