Mar 2, 2014 10:45 AM
10:30AM MaxTrack Live Doppler Update:
Thundershowers continue to push northeast throughout central Kentucky from E-town to Magoffin county. There are moderate to heavy downpours at times and lightning/thunder. Temps are really falling throughout the area. We've now begun to drop below freezing in Franklin, Scott, Harrison, and Nicholas counties, and icing is in the beginning stages in those spots. Thunder ice or thunder sleet is even possible with this batch of precip working through northern Kentucky.
It's an LEX18 StormTracker Weather Aware Day. As temps continue to fall, the rain will transition into freezing rain, sleet, and eventually snow. We've got more than 24 hours to go as this winter storm continues to push through. This is a prolonged event. There's the potential for long periods of icing/snow between now and Monday. A winter storm warning is in effect. Finish your preparations now and know that road conditions will be going downhill as the day continues.
You can track the precipitation live here:
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