Snow Showers Expected In Eastern Kentucky

JACKSON, Ky. (AP) - A winter storm with snow showers is on its way to eastern Kentucky.

The National Weather Service has issued a heavy snow warning for areas around Harlan and Whitesburg in far southeastern Kentucky. That warning expires early Thursday morning at 1 a.m. EST.

A wider warning for several counties in eastern Kentucky lasts through Wednesday night.

Forecasters say the wider area could get one to two inches of snow Tuesday night and up to another two inches on Wednesday.

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  • by POINTMAN Location: BELL COUNTY on Feb 27, 2008 at 02:07 AM
    WELL IT'S 5:00AM IN THE MORNING AND HERE IN BELL COUNTY WE HAVE GOT A SNOW STORM GOING ON WITH ABOUT 5 TO 6 INCHES OF SNOW WHERE I'M AT. IT'S BEEN SNOWING HARD NON STOP SINCE 10:00PM LAST NIGHT. THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE APPARENTLY MISSED BELL COUNTY IN THE HEAVY SNOW WARNING...LOL!
  • by Joe Location: Pikeville on Feb 26, 2008 at 01:40 PM
    Yeah, sure! Gas is dropping to .50 cents a gallon to! I guess everyone is filling up their four wheelers and snowmobiles just anticipating a heavy snow fall. We'll be snowed in until June or July. Run out and get five hundred dollars of food and supplies, gotta survive the wintry assault.

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