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The worst of the snow is over! A few flurries are likely today, but last nights snow was the show. Most areas received 1" - 3". The highest totals were noted in southern Indiana. In fact between Bedford, Seymour & Columbus reports of more than 6" came in.

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We just wrapped up a conference call with the National Weather Service and many of their partners in the media and emergency management centers to talk about the forecast for this weekend More >>

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Today has become one of the more complicated forecasts in a while! A lot has changed in the past day, which I do not like to say. However, that's a part of meteorology and we have to roll with the punches and keep you updated with the changing conditions. Even though it is a tricky forecast,… More >>

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A potent system featuring a strong cold front & low pressure will bring all types of weather to Kentuckiana! This will likely not end up being the worst snow you have ever seen, but there are a lot of impacts smashed in a small window of time. It will include the following: heavy rain, a… More >>

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Another weekend, another complicated forecast! A strong cold front & low pressure will bring some messy weather to Kentuckiana! I think the best and easiest way to discuss this system, is to breakdown the timeline of events, throughout the entire weekend. We will go through each day (Fri… More >>

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Back on Sunday, January 16, 1994 - all eyes were glued to a rapidly changing forecast, as a potent storm was about to wallop Kentuckiana with several inches of snow by Monday morning.  More >>

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It's time! The moment you've been waiting for: our thoughts on the highly-anticipated, highly-publicized "snow storm" this weekend. From the beginning please understand how complicated this forecast is - a shift of 20 miles changes a lot. Please make sure you continue to check our forecast in the next couple of days to see what, if anything, changes about this system.  More >>

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After another gray, drizzly day, we desperately look into the forecast for anything to change this pattern. That change comes Thursday. A low pressure system, with a cold front and a warm front, will move through the Ohio Valley. That will also have implications for the weekend system everyone has their eyes on.  More >>