Veterans Day Brings 1st Accumulating Snow of the Season

 **Winter Weather Advisories in place across KY**

Veterans Day morning brings quiet conditions with temps milder temps. Highs will hover near 60°, but a cold front will cross this afternoon from west to east…bringing rain, snow, and a bitter cold blast.  The transition from Rain to snow will be as follows:

Bowling Green :  Between 6PM – 8PM    (Snow accumulations through Tues. AM up to 1″

Louisville:  Between 4PM – 6PM  (Snow accumulations through Tues. AM between the range of 1″ – 2″)

Northern KY: Between 4PM – 6PM (Snow accumulations through Tues. AM between the range of 1″ – 2″)

Lexington: 7PM – 9PM  (Snow Accumulations through Tuesday AM around 1″ (or a little more). 

The snow ends early tuesday, but it gets bitterly cold behind the front. Any wet roads will ice over…leading to many slick spots to worry about for the Tuesday AM Commute. Hence the Winter Weather Advisory being in effect for most of KY.  Temps will drop into the teens and low 20s with with wnd chill values into the single digits.  Temps won’t climb above freezing until sometime on Wednesday… so, the threat for slick spots will last for a couple of days.  Finally by the end of the week, temps finally climb into the 40s. 

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