LEXINGTON, Ky. (FOX 56) — A question many Kentuckians are asking as a storm system is expected to bring snow to the state.
The Weather Authority at FOX 56 will keep you updated on the latest timing and snow total ranges on-air and online at FOX56News.com.
The first measurable snowfall of 2022 for central Kentucky is moving in on Thursday.
Snow is expected to arrive in the late-morning hours and increase during the afternoon.
- 5 a.m. | Snow to make its way into the western part of the state
- 7 a.m. | Western half of the state to see snow
- 10 a.m. | Snow to arrive in Lexington and other portions of central Kentucky
- Noon | Eastern Kentucky and the state continuing to see snow
- 8 p.m. | Central Kentucky to see snow moving out of the area
- Midnight | Snow to clear out of all of eastern Kentucky
Snow totals range from 2-8 inches in the Bluegrass region.
The highest totals are expected in southern and southeastern Kentucky with widespread 4-8+ inches amounts expected.
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