Heavy rain will be the issue through the first half of the day. Significant snow & sleet will be the call during the afternoon through tomorrow. Look for almost impassable travel in some spots tomorrow.
(WKYT) - A line of storms is being blamed for damage across Central Kentucky.
The storms moved through the area just after 10 a.m. Thursday morning leaving a mess behind.
In Harrison County most of the damage is along US 62 near Allen Pike. Several trees and utility poles are down in that area knocking out power.
The high winds also knocked down a barn on Allen Pike. No one was inside at the time.
Power is out to thousands of people in Montgomery County.
Emergency crews tell us trees are down across the county. Several large trees are down on Winn Street in Mt. Sterling. We've also been told several trees are down in the Jeffersonville and Camargo area. There are no reports of injuries.
In Jessamine county, a large tree fell onto a duplex in Wilmore near Asbury University.
The high winds uprooted the tree, it then crashed into the house busting through the roof. There were people inside at the time, but no one was hurt.