A Severe Thunderstorm Watch is out for for much of northern and eastern Kentucky until 9 p.m. This is just east of the Lexington metro.
Snow showers continue across parts of eastern Kentucky tonight, as single digit temperatures settle in for much of the state.
So far totals range from near nothing in our southwestern counties to 6" plus in eastern Kentucky. Here in Central Kentucky we are roughly around 2-5". Evening and night accumulations will bring an additional half inch to 2 inches. The higher totals come in for the folks in eastern Kentucky. So add that to what you have right now.
Once the snow ends it will be the cold taking center stage. Temperatures will drop to just a few degrees above zero tonight and early Wednesday. I think 0-5 is a pretty good range for those lows. The winds will still be whipping out there and that means wind chill readings will dip below zero.
Another shot of snow will approach late Wednesday night and into Thursday morning. The impact from this system will be mainly felt along and north of I-64. Don't fret snow lovers... a couple more chances will quickly dip into the area this weekend.