The wintry mess we have been talking about has arrived in parts of Kentucky. Initially, most of us will see plain old rain. Around noon (Give or take a half hour) and through evening we'll see a transition over to the freezing rain throughout the entire area.

A WINTER STORM WARNING runs through Monday afternoon for most of us. The warning will expire later for folks in Southern & Eastern Kentucky.

-Areas along or just north or south of I-64 will begin seeing the transition over to freezing rain during midday.

-The freezing rain will accumulate from .10"-.50" in Central Kentucky. The southern counties could see ice accumulations of .25"-.75" and even isolated amounts on the higher side.

-Snow and sleet accumulations will range between a couple of inches in the south to 3"-8" through Central, Northern, and Northeastern Kentucky.

-A zone along the Hal Rogers and Cumberland Parkway could see 2"-6" of snow & sleet.

-The most southern counties could see .25"-.75" of ice with 1" of snow 
and sleet.

This has power outage potential written all over it. Travel this evening isn't advised! We'll have more through the day!

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