Yes...the calendar is correct...it IS the first of November but the weather didn't get the memo.
Rounds of light snow continue to fall across central and eastern Kentucky creating for wet streets and some slushy spots nearest overpasses and bridges; drive safely!. These bands of snow are rotating around an area of low pressure that originated in the Arctic. The air that followed this storm is making for temperatures almost 20 degrees below normal this time of year. Daytime highs will more than likely struggle to get back the 40s today and rather settle into the mid to high 30s.
Overnight (clocks fall back an hour at 2:00 a.m.) lows will fall back into the chilly 20s with the skies starting the clear the thick clouds away.
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