A cold front will move through Kentucky around daybreak Friday, with temperatures quickly dropping throughout the rest of the day. By late tomorrow afternoon and evening, temperatures will be in the 20s and 30s with perhaps even some teens in the Litchfield Hills!
The snow accumulation is predicted to not just hit Harlan County, but all of Eastern Kentucky as well.
A fog advisory was issued about 3 a.m. Friday and was in effect until 9 a.m. Fog was thick in spots, slowing the morning commute.
Tuesday: A chance of snow. That rain might turn to sleet between 1 and 4 a.m. Saturday, although little or no icy accumulation is expected.
Thursday night rain is likely before 10 p.m. Massive coastal flooding occurred in MA and Nantucket had a gust to hurricane force, 76 miles per hour! Chance of precipitation is 80 percent. New precipitation amounts between a quarter and half of an inch possible.
Lots of weather changes are on the way to New Hampshire over the next 36 to 40 hours or so as we go from a spring-like pattern on Friday.right back into winter Saturday AM. The snow and wind combined are expected to create low visibility and hazardous driving conditions.
The day should have a high of 61 degrees with patchy fog and wind gusts as high as 23 miles per hour.
There is a high likelihood of significant urban street flooding, most notably where storm drains remain clogged. North wind 5 to 10 miles per hour. The temperature is expected to warm slowly, starting on Martin Luther King Jr.
Below-zero temps also return for the weekend with lows Saturday and Sunday nights around 10 below zero. High near 44. North wind 9 to 14 miles per hour.
WEDNESDAY: Partly cloudy skies and freezing cold temperatures continue, with a high of 21 degrees.