Widespread Snow Falls Across Eastern Kentucky Sunday Night & Monday Morning

AN UPPER LEVEL WEATHER DISTURBANCE...COMBINED WITH NORTHWEST WINDS
FLOWING OVER THE HIGHER TERRAIN OF EASTERN KENTUCKY...RESULTED IN A
WIDESPREAD SNOWFALL ACROSS THE AREA. ON AVERAGE...TOTAL SNOW
ACCUMULATIONS FROM SUNDAY NIGHT THROUGH MONDAY MORNING RANGED FROM 1
TO 2 INCHES...WITH SOME LOCALLY HIGHER AMOUNTS IN THE HIGHER TERRAIN.

BELOW ARE SOME SNOWFALL TOTALS FOR LOCATIONS AROUND EASTERN KENTUCKY
FROM SUNDAY THROUGH EARLY MONDAY MORNING. NEW SNOWFALL IS REPORTED TO
THE NEAREST TENTH OF AN INCH. SNOW DEPTH IS REPORTED TO THE NEAREST
INCH.

Snowfall Totals Ending Around 8 AM EST Monday January 19th, 2009
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Snowfall Totals ending Monday Morning 2009 January 19



STATION LOCATION      COUNTY       SNOWFALL          SNOW DEPTH

BARBOURVILLE          KNOX          0.7 IN              1 IN
BEATTYVILLE 4N        LEE           2.0 IN              2 IN
BIG SHELBY            PIKE          1.0 IN              1 IN
BUNCH                 LAUREL        0.3 IN              TRACE
BAXTER                HARLAN        1.0 IN              1 IN
CLOSPLINT 4ESE        HARLAN        1.0 IN              TRACE
CRESSY                ESTILL        1.5 IN              2 IN
DRAFFIN               PIKE          0.5 IN              1 IN
FLEMINGSBURG 2N       FLEMING       0.1 IN              TRACE
HAZARD WATER          PERRY         1.0 IN              1 IN
HEIDELBERG 2N         LEE           1.5 IN              2 IN
HARLAN S.P.           HARLAN        0.1 IN              TRACE
HAZARD                PERRY         1.0 IN              1 IN
ISLAND CITY           OWSLEY        0.7 IN              1 IN
INEZ 2E               MARTIN        2.0 IN              2 IN
JEREMIAH 1S           LETCHER       0.5 IN              1 IN
NWS JACKSON           BREATHITT     1.9 IN              2 IN
MONTICELLO 3NE        WAYNE         0.2 IN              TRACE
MOREHEAD S.P.         ROWAN         1.5 IN              2 IN
MOUNT STERLING 5N     MONTGOMERY    0.5 IN              1 IN
ONEIDA                CLAY          1.0 IN              1 IN
PAINTSVILLE 1E        JOHNSON       1.5 IN              2 IN
PRESTONSBURG 3NW      FLOYD         1.5 IN              2 IN
RELIEF                MORGAN        0.9 IN              1 IN
ROGERS                WOLFE         1.1 IN              1 IN
SALYERSVILLE          MAGOFFIN      2.0 IN              2 IN
SANDY HOOK            ELLIOTT       0.4 IN              TRACE
SKYLINE               LETCHER       0.5 IN              1 IN
SLADE 5NE             POWELL        1.5 IN              2 IN
STANTON 2W            POWELL        1.6 IN              2 IN
BOONEVILLE 1SE        OWSLEY        1.0 IN              1 IN
WEST LIBERTY 3NW      MORGAN        1.5 IN              2 IN
WEST LIBERTY 11NW     MORGAN        1.0 IN              1 IN
WHITESBURG 2SE        LETCHER       1.0 IN              1 IN
WILLIAMSBURG 1NW      WHITLEY       0.2 IN              TRACE
BLACKEY 3 NW          LETCHER       0.8 IN              1 IN
TALBERT               BREATHITT     1.1 IN              1 IN
INEZ                  MARTIN        2.0 IN              2 IN
CLAY CITY             POWELL        1.8 IN              2 IN


THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN JACKSON WOULD LIKE TO THANK ALL OF
OUR COOPERATIVE OBSERVERS...SKYWARN SPOTTERS...AND HIGHWAY
DEPARTMENTS FOR THEIR REPORTS.



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