The weather was fierce, dangerous, and damaging on Wednesday, but there was no tornado in Northern Kentucky, according to the National Weather Service.
Two rounds of powerful storms crossed Northern Kentucky in the early morning hours of Wednesday, leaving thousands without power and causing heavy damage to property.
The Independence Day Parade departed as planned on Monday morning, but the evening festivities have been postponed in Edgewood.
It's gonna be warm on Wednesday and thunderstorms may join the warm front moving through Northern Kentucky.
More snow is on the way to Northern Kentucky, according to the National Weather Service.
The National Weather Service in Wilmington, Ohio has issued a hazardous weather outlook for the region.
Three to six inches of snow are expected across the region on Friday and the National Weather Service has issued a Winter Storm Warning for all of Northern Kentucky.
Northern Kentucky awoke Monday morning to temperatures in the single digits and a wind chill advisory from the National Weather Service.
As Northern Kentuckians return to a normal schedule on Monday, after a couple weeks of holiday leisure, the first snow of the season will arrive, too.
A FLASH FLOOD WATCH has been issued for the region by the National Weather Service in Wilmington from 2 p.m. Friday through Saturday afternoon.
The National Weather Service has issued a TORNADO WATCH for Northern Kentucky through 8 p.m. Monday.
Boone, Kenton, Campbell, Gallatin, and Carroll Counties are under the WATCH.
The rain has moved on and the snow has melted but a FLOOD WARNING remains in effect for Northern Kentucky through late Thursday.
Yes, there is new, fresh snow on the ground and yes it has become a rather tiresome stretch of weather, but if next week is any indication we may just be out of the woods!
Well, if you wanted more snow you've got it.
But first -- freezing rain.
A rough forecast is in store for Northern Kentucky over the next few days.