Snow and Ice Affects Parts of Northern and Northeast Kentucky February 2nd & 3rd

A wintry mix of freezing rain, sleet and snow affected much of northern and northeast Kentucky during the overnight hours of February 2nd into the early morning hours of the 3rd.  While the forecast leading into the event was for heavy wet snow to fall, temperatures just above the ground were a degree or two warmer than forecast resulting in the wintry mix.  In many locations, the precipitation changed back and forth from freezing rain and sleet to snow and then back to freezing rain and snow several times through the night.

Summary of Snow & Ice Totals ending Monday AM February 3rd

***********************SNOWFALL REPORTS***********************

 INCHES  LOCATION                 ST  COUNTY           TIME
 ------  -----------------------  --  --------------   -------
  3.5    2 N FLEMINGSBURG         KY  FLEMING          0400 AM
  3.0    FLEMINGSBURG             KY  FLEMING          0353 AM


**********************ICE/SLEET REPORTS***********************

 INCHES  LOCATION                 ST  COUNTY           TIME
 ------  -----------------------  --  --------------   -------
  1.0    MOREHEAD                 KY  ROWAN            0517 AM
  0.5    SANDY HOOK               KY  ELLIOTT          1245 PM
  0.5    OLYMPIA SPRINGS          KY  BATH             1245 PM
  0.5    WELLINGTON               KY  MENIFEE          0630 AM
  0.5    OWINGSVILLE              KY  BATH             1124 PM
  0.2    MOUNT STERLING           KY  MONTGOMERY       1245 PM


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