We're dealing with a brief hit of winter weather this morning with a stalled front delivering multiple types of precipitation. I-64 is the dividing line between freezing drizzle and snow. Showers will continue, light to moderate through the late morning, then becoming isolated with lower precipitation rates as we progress into the afternoon.
The biggest impact will be the snow showers dropping up to an inch for Northern Bluegrass and I-64 counties west of Lexington this morning. Use caution on roads as travel conditions are expected to be slippery, especially as you head north towards Cincinnati. A WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY remains in effect through 7:00 a.m. for the Northern Bluegrass counties.
The midweek winter storm will be more significant and needs to be prepared for starting today. Hazardous roads and power outages are possible with this system. More information will be available on this storm system coming up later this morning and throughout the rest of today on LEX18.com and on social media.
Stay with the StormTracker weather team for the latest winter storm information and continuous updates. You can get that information by visiting the StormTracker Weather Page.