A powerful winter storm has its sights firmly set on the tristate and the National Weather Service has issued a Winter Storm Warning. We know we're getting snow and brutally cold temperatures. But how much snow will we get and how low will it go? Here are the latest forecast and projected snowfall amounts. . .
We knew a powerful winter storm was a possibility. Now the National Weather Service has made it official. The tristate is under a Winter Storm Watch and we will see brutally cold (even Arctic temperatures early next week) and we could see a bunch of snow as the temperature falls. Here's the latest forecast and your initial projected snowfall amounts. . .
Hmmmm . . . this is not funny. Mother Nature and Old Man Winter have apparently been sitting somewhere playing Cards Against Humanity. The cards we're about to be dealt suck. Take a look at our extended forecast. According to the National Weather Service and Accuweather, Monday and Tuesday of next week are expected to be brutally cold with lows near zero . . . or worse!
Our first potentially major winter storm of the season is just about 12 hours away. So, what to do e need to brace for? Get the latest forecast from the National Weather Service and Eyewitness News here . . .
It could happen. The National Weather Service has issued a Severe Weather Statement suggesting the region could see ice and snow later this week. The data is preliminary, but it appears that a winter weather system is taking shape and heading our way. Here are the full details . . .
Apparently KUSA/Denver's news anchor Kyle Clark isn't the only one for whom images of snow-covered patio furniture are annoying. The hilarious video of his rant was removed from YouTube in the interest of not violating a copyright law.
If you were watching Eyewitness News/WEHT during continuous severe weather coverage Sunday afternoon or were listening to the simulcast on WBKR, you may have heard storm spotter Christopher Conley talking with WEHT Chief Meteorologist Wayne Hart.
The National Weather Service in Paducah continues to forecast a very stormy Sunday afternoon and evening. Much of the tri-state remains in under a MODERATE RISK for severe weather today, while areas north of Interstate 64 (where Tornado Watches have already been issued) are under a HIGH risk for dangerous storms, which could include long-track tornadoes. Here's the latest forecast . . .
It doesn't appear that Sunday is going to be a day for rest in the tri-state. A major cold front is bringing a significant chance for severe storms. In fact, the National Weather Service in Paducah says there is a moderate risk of severe weather tomorrow and we have the latest details on the forecast for you here at WBKR.com and our plan for severe weather coverage with Eyewitness News.
The weather outside is shaping up to be frightful tonight! The National Weather Service has we have a chance to seeing our first sleet and snow of the season. Get the full forecast and hear Kizzy's take on the possibility of winter weather here . . .
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