Snow and Ice Totals for March 7th and 8th...

EARLIER TOTALS INCLUDING ICE ACCUMUALTIONS CAN BE FOUND HERE

...EAST KENTUCKY HIT BY POTENT WINTER STORM...

EAST KENTUCKY WAS HIT HARD BY A POTENT EARLY MARCH STORM AS FREEZING
RAIN...SLEET...AND SNOW FELL ACROSS THE REGION ON FRIDAY NIGHT AND
CHANGED TO ALL SNOW BY SATURDAY MORNING. SNOW AND SNOW SHOWERS
PERSISTED INTO THE LATE AFTERNOON AND EARLY EVENING...BUT TAPERED TO
FLURRIES BY LATE EVENING.

HERE IS AN OFFICIAL STORM TOTAL SNOW FALL REPORT AS OF LATE THIS
EVENING:

BREATHITT COUNTY...........2.5 INCHES AT THE NWS OFFICE NEAR JACKSON.


HERE IS A SUMMARY OF ESTIMATED STORM TOTAL SNOW ACCUMULATIONS FROM AROUND
6 PM EST FROM THE KY DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS:


BELL COUNTY................2 INCHES AT PINEVILLE.
                                            3 INCHES FONDE MTN AND HIGHER ELEVATIONS.

FLOYD COUNTY...............4 INCHES AT ALLEN AND MOST OF COUNTY.
                                              4 INCHES AT MINNIE.
                                              6 INCHES ON ABNER MTN NEAR MELVIN.

HARLAN COUNTY..............1 TO 2 INCHES HARLAN AND VALLEY LOCATIONS.
                                                4 TO 5 INCHES PINE AND BLACK MOUNTAINS.

JOHNSON COUNTY.............3.5 TO 4 INCHES AT STAFFORDSVILLE.
                                                  4 INCHES AT FLAT GAP.

KNOTT COUNTY...............3 INCHES AT HINDMAN.
                                               4 TO 4.5 INCHES NORTHEAST PART OF COUNTY
                                               NEAR ELMROCK.

LETCHER COUNTY.............2 TO 2.5 INCHES AT MAYKING AND LOWER
                                                 ELEVATIONS.
                                                 4 INCHES ON PINE MTN AT THE VA STATELINE.

MARTIN COUNTY..............4 INCHES AT INEZ AND COUNTYWIDE.

OWSLEY COUNTY..............2 INCHES AT BOONEVILLE.
                                                4 INCHES HIGHER ELEVATIONS NEAR
                                                BREATHITT AND PERRY COUNTY LINES.

PERRY COUNTY...............2 TO 3 INCHES COUNTYWIDE.

PIKE COUNTY................3 INCHES AT PIKEVILLE.
                                           3 INCHES AT CANADA.
                                           3 INCHES AT SHELBIANA.
                                           4 INCHES AT PHELPS.
                                           4 TO 5 INCHES HIGHER ELEVATION LOCATIONS.

HERE IS A SUMMARY OF ADDITIONAL ESTIMATED STORM TOTAL SNOW
ACCUMULATIONS FROM THIS AFTERNOON AND EVENING FROM SPOTTER...MEDIA OR
PUBLIC REPORTS:

BREATHITT COUNTY...........4.5 INCHES 3 MILES NE OF GUAGE.

CLAY COUNTY................3 INCHES AT MANCHESTER.

HARLAN COUNTY..............3 INCHES AT WALLINS CREEK.

JACKSON COUNTY.............3 INCHES AT DROP ROCK.
                                                 4 INCHES AT MCKEE.

KNOX AND WHITLEY COUNTIES....2 INCHES AT CORBIN.

LEE COUNTY.................4.5 INCHES AT BEATTYVILLE

MAGOFFIN COUNTY............4.5 INCHES 2 MILES SW OF FORAKER.
                                                  4.5 INCHES AT SALYERSVILLE.

MCCREARY COUNTY............1 INCH AT WHITLEY CITY.

PIKE COUNTY................3.5 INCHES AT MILLARD.

ROCKCASLTE COUNTY..........5 INCHES AT MT VERNON.

ROWAN COUNTY...............5 INCHES AT HALDEMAN.

WOLFE COUNTY...............4 INCHES AT CAMPTON.



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