updated forecast for snow through tommorow

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First off I will just say how disappointed about the nws Louisville office right now the Bowling Green area at least should be a winter weather advisory and this after the unnecessary upgrade to a warning last night where i am. recent radar trends are showing the activity becoming more scattered in this region with a  of more impressive band of snow showers just east of 1-75. for the bowling green area 1-2 inches for tonight total with more scattered snow showers tomorrow. areas east of 1-75 will see anywhere from 1/2 to 2 inches tonight from the band just east of 1-75 now.  I’ll put the totals out through tommorow in a bit.

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5 Responses to “updated forecast for snow through tommorow”

  1. mitchg Says:

    period of moderate to heavy snow from morehead to middlesboro moving east expect at least an inch from this in jackson, hazard and west liberty by midnight.

  2. mitchg Says:

    2 reports of thundersnow in this east ky band wow!!!!

  3. mitchg Says:

    band is just west of ahsland and stretches south to hazard moving ene. this band is still producing very hvy snow with thunder and lightning. expect 1-2 inches with this band.

  4. mitchg Says:

    remember that southern system that was written off for fri-sat, it’s back now with light snow for far southern ky a weak nw flow system will add to the fun to early saturday regionwide.

  5. mitchg Says:

    snow band over pikeville now expect raods to become snow covered quick under this band. be careful when traveling as roads are slick regionwide.

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