Heavy rain producing thunderstorms continue to rumble across southeastern Kentucky. Watch for additional flooding problems.
We finally get the wintry mess out of here just in time to talk about winter weather all over again for parts of the Bluegrass state. About 70% will stay dry today with highs in the mid 30s. Head down into the southeast and that is a totally different story! A low pressure system works in from the south giving the southeast a good chance at a nice snow. The timing on this snow to begin should be during the mid to late morning hours and lasting through early afternoon before kicking out during the evening. We are looking at the possibility of seeing 1-6" of snow. The farther you go south and the higher in elevation you go, the more likely you are to see higher amounts of snow. The state border of SE KY will see the higher amounts. If you need a visual on where to expect the snow you can check out my Facebook page at Micah Harris WKYT. Friday into Saturday will be dry with partly cloudy skies and highs in the lower to mid 40s.
Meteorologist Micah Harris