A very wintry week is kicking off with rounds of moderate to heavy snow across our region. Some areas have already picked up 1"-2" and we have more to go through over the next few days.
A WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY is out for all of central and eastern Kentucky through Wednesday. Snow bands will increase this evening into tonight. Some thunder is even possible. Temps will drop through the 20s and that will create slick and snow covered roads.
Snow showers and squalls will the continue Tuesday and Wednesday. Many areas will pick up 2"-5" of snow over the next few days with locally higher amounts possible.
Bitterly cold air sweeps in with highs only in the upper teens Wednesday and Thursday. Lows may drop into the single digits.
Another snow maker moves in Friday as a big blast of arctic air moves in. That may set the stage for a bigger storm system late Sunday and Monday.
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