Snow Strikes Again in Northern Kentucky - but 50s Return to Forecast
Northern Kentucky awoke again Monday morning to a blanket of white on streets and sidewalks as the region was hit again by another winter storm.
The forecast calls for more snow and falling temperatures over the next couple of days.
The region is under a winter weather advisory through 1 a.m. on Tuesday.
Snow is expected Monday night under cloudy skies with a low temperature of about 5, but the wind chill could make it feel like -7.
On Tuesday, more isolated snow showers are expected in the afternoon with a high near 12, but wind chill values at -9.
Sunshine returns Wednesday and Thursday but the high temperatures don't get out of the 20s.
On Friday, the National Weather Service expects sunshine and a high near 39. It will be warmer on Saturday and Sunday with high temperatures in the low 50s, which come with a chance for rain showers.
Images: Snow falls on the interstate and exit on I-75 in Dry Ridge (RCN)