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Snow impact expected to begin Thursday morning

From Mike Keltner, Director,
Adair Co. Emergency Management


Update from National Weather Service, Louisville - Snow is still expected to impact the region tomorrow, Thursday, January 6, 2022.

Light snow will be possible as early as Thursday morning, but the significant snow will fall Thursday afternoon and evening, tapering off overnight. The highest amounts and heaviest snowfall rates in central Kentucky are generally expected to occur roughly along and east of I-65 and along and south of the Bluegrass Parkway Thursday afternoon and evening.

After the snow ends, temperatures will plummet into the single digits for many by sunrise Friday. Temperatures will likely not rise above freezing until midday Saturday.


If you must travel, keep an extra flashlight, food, and water in your vehicle in case of an emergency. For Kentucky Road Conditions please visit http://goky.ky.gov.

More on winter weather readiness: KSP: Prepare a winter weather kit for your vehicle


This story was posted on 2022-01-05 15:13:38
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Code Red warning for snow and freezing temps



2022-01-05 - Photo from Mike Keltner, Adair Co. Emergency Management.
The CodeRED alert has arrived. The first major snow of the new year is expected tomorrow, Thursday, January 6, 2022. Light snow will be possible as early as Thursday morning, but the significant snow will fall Thursday afternoon and evening, tapering off overnight. Heaviest snowfall rates in central Kentucky are generally expected to occur roughly along and east of I-65 and along and south of the Bluegrass Parkway Thursday afternoon and evening. After the snow ends, temperatures will plummet and not likely not rise above freezing until midday Saturday.

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