Oh, Great. Another Winter Storm Warning for Northern Kentucky
At 5:20 a.m., the National Weather Service reported the region's temperature as minus-14.
A break in the record-setting cold won't arrive Friday as a winter storm warning and a wind chill advisory have both been issued.
The winter storm warning goes into effect from 7 p.m. Friday to 7 p.m. Saturday with snow accumulations of three to five inches expected and wind chill readings as low as minus-20. Snow will be heavy on Friday night and will then mix with rain and freezing rain during the day on Saturday.
The wind chill advisory is in effect until noon on Friday.
The high temperature is expected to reach 18 on Friday and the temperature will continue to climb, hitting 28 degrees by 5 a.m. Saturday, the National Weather Service predicted. The high on Saturday is expected to reach 37.
Sunday's high is expected to hit 29.
By Monday, we return to the teens with a high near 17 and a low of minus-1. Tuesday should see a high of around 27 with a low near 14, while Wednesday and Thursday will see highs in the mid-twenties.
Photo: Snow is removed as it falls on Taylor Mill Road at Hands Pike in South Covington this week/RCN