WDKY — Our Winter storm threat continues for the northern half of the bluegrass state from Friday night through the upcoming weekend. In the overall scheme of things, I have no changes to how this looks to play out.
The snow comes at us in waves with the first one arriving Friday night and early Saturday. That should put down a general 1"-3" of snow for much of the region, especially central Kentucky.
From there, the bulk of the snow falls across the northern half of the state with rain in the south. The farther north you live the better the chance of picking up several inches of snow.
Areas across southern Kentucky may not see much in the way of snow after Friday night. Even then, it’s light.
A one degree difference is all it takes to move the forecast lines north or south. One stinking degree.