Severe thunderstorms have developed across parts of Central Kentucky. Expect more of these to develop through the evening hours.
No relief in our latest 7-Day forecast. During the overnight hours we'll hover around 0-5 degrees.. again! At this point it doesn't take a whole lot of wind to push those numbers below zero. We could see a few stronger wind gusts though and that will drop the wind chill to -10 or -15.
Then we get into Friday. During the afternoon we might reach the upper teens for highs. This comes right before another round of snow approaches. Snow will roll in Friday night and linger into the afternoon on Saturday. We could pick up additional accumulations from this round. Generally, another 1"-4" will be possible.
You throw another few inches on top of what we have out there and some people in eastern Kentucky could be closer to 1' total accumulation between both rounds this week.
Beyond the snow, another Arctic blast will dig in next week. We are talking widespread subzero temps and highs barely above zero.
We'll keep you updated.