Snow squalls continue to push across central and eastern Kentucky this evening. Blinding snows will put down quick accumulations in a few areas. Most of the squalls will diminish later this evening and that will leave us with a frigid night.
Temps by Thanksgiving morning will drop into the low and middle teens for most areas. That will set us up for another very cold day with highs around the freezing mark.
Black Friday Shoppers will start the day with temps in the teens and will finish it with readings in the upper 30s. Skies should be mostly sunny.