We are past the worst of round 3 of winter weather in a little over a week's time. Heavy snow fell across part of the state overnight and early this morning with some locations near southeastern and eastern KY picking up nearly half a foot of the fluffy snow! We are still watching as a little bit of leftover moisture pushes through the state and as this happens, temperatures are cold enough for us to squeeze out a few more snow showers or even some light freezing rain. Added snow won't be much of an issue, but freezing rain can make the improved road conditions hazardous yet again. Expect rough travel the rest of today.
The whole state of Kentucky was dropped from the Winter Storm Warning, but we continue under a WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY until 10 pm mainly for continued impact to travel. Watch for more flakes to fly through this afternoon and evening, eventually wrapping up tonight. Added accumulations will not be measured in inches, but more like half an inch up to one inch for some in eastern KY. Any freezing rain we see could add some minor ice accumulations on top of the snow through today. Hope is coming as the 8 day forecast showcases warmer air into next week. Before that happens, though, we are still stuck under the arctic weather pattern through Friday and Saturday at least. Wind chills will play a bigger role in our weather this weekend.