Posted: Jan 17, 2013 4:12 PM by Chief Meteorologist Bill Meck
Mostly light snow is continuing in southeastern Kentucky with occasional bursts of heavier snow and even some reports of thundersnow! Many roads including I-75, US 25, US 119 and US421 are slick and snow covered in parts of Whitley, Knox, Bell, Harlan, southern Clay, southern Perry, Letcher, southern Knott, southern Pike and McCreary counties. Use extra care for the next several hours.
The cutoff line looks to be between Williamsburg and Corbin and then to the northeast toward Hindman. For many of the areas impacted, 1" -4" of snow with some heavier pockets are likely.
Elsewhere, the sun has come out for a while in Lexington which will lead to a couple of nice days!