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    Supposed to leave Wednesday for NYC...I assume it's safe to say that that may be a miserable trip?
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    Quote Originally Posted by rockmom View Post
    Supposed to leave Wednesday for NYC...I assume it's safe to say that that may be a miserable trip?
    Me too. Newalbany Yacht Club

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    Quote Originally Posted by spindoc View Post
    Me too. Newalbany Yacht Club
    I'll bet that's a skanky place....

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    Quote Originally Posted by rockmom View Post
    I'll bet that's a skanky place....
    Toothless bunch indeed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rockmom View Post
    Supposed to leave Wednesday for NYC...I assume it's safe to say that that may be a miserable trip?
    If it pans out the way I'm seeing miserable will be a understatement. The northeast looks to get hit harder than us. I'm watching it.

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    Thursday morning update. No real changes in what I'm seeing. Still too early to say what type or how much accumulation we will get. The one thing that is concerning to me is as I state prior this system for now seems to be shifting more towards a northerly track. Everyone should pay attention to this potential weather situation. Especially those in eastern and southeastern Kentucky.

    This system has the potential to turn into a major winter event. I may be able to start getting a handle on what type and any possible accumulations tomorrow.

    I'll update later today.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nWo View Post
    If it pans out the way I'm seeing miserable will be a understatement. The northeast looks to get hit harder than us. I'm watching it.
    That's how it usually works, so I'll be watching your updates. Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by rockmom View Post
    Supposed to leave Wednesday for NYC...I assume it's safe to say that that may be a miserable trip?
    I'm returning on Tuesday. I'd rather be here for the bad weather than be in that hell hole when it snows.

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    This will be short because I'm at work and really don't have time to go into more depth. For now the chances of some type of wintry precipitation has grown to over 80% for parts of Kentucky on Monday. Mainly in the south central portions around Bowling Green and Hopkinsville area. The rest of the state has around a 75%. Those in eastern and south eastern Kentucky should really be on the lookout.

    I'll update later this evening.

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    I think NWO is burying the headline.. once we hit Tuesday and Wednesday next week, temps will swing above normal across the Commonwealth, and continue to rise into the 50's, 60's and even some places pushing 70 by the end of the week. Any short term winter weather will be long gone by then.

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    The same thing or at least something similar was being said about this week also last week.

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    My preferred weather provider last week predicted a large invasion of cold air this week, which happened.

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    I have no reason to hide any headlines because I don't look at any other weather outlet to make my predictions. People can take or leave what I post it is up to them.

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    First lets talk about the light snow coming today. It looks to be mostly light accumulations for most maybe up to 1". It seems that some along the Ohio River may get 1-2". Paducah and Louisville are in that category. Cincinnati around 1/2".

    Now for Monday. As I thought today would bring us the first looks at the possible snow accumulations. Now let me caution everyone. These are the first indications of any accumulations and they could go up or down. At this time I'm looking for the possible snow to continue into the day on Tuesday.

    For now I'm seeing widespread 1-2" on the ground by rush hour Monday morning. There looks to be some pockets of heavier snow 2-4". One is centered around Willisburg and the Springfield, Harrodsburg area. Then another one from around Paris to Mt. Sterling and Sandy Hook. The third one is in EKY. From around Inez to around Pineville.

    Also at this moment I'm not seeing much if any possibility of ice accumulations. That could change as we get closer.

    I'll update when I can later this evening.


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    Some listening music while we wait for the next update.


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