It's so windy today that the National Weather Service issued a wind advisory through 10 p.m. Monday.
Icy conditions on the roadways seem to have caught drivers by surprise on Saturday morning.
Winter has made an early appearance and though the season closed a bunch of schools with the region's first significant snow storm on Monday, it wasn't through yet.
A winter storm warning is in effect for Northern Kentucky starting at 9 p.m. Sunday and lasting through noon on Monday.
Snow may be on the way this weekend.
Whether or not that plays out, it will definitely be cold.
The National Weather Service in Wilmington, Ohio has issued a TORNADO WATCH for Boone, Kenton, and Campbell Counties, and nearly 100 Kentucky counties in all.
The forecast is not shaping up to be kind to the annual Riverfest celebration.
In a game that was called at halftime due to the heat and humidity, Covington Catholic trounced Boone County, 39-6, on Saturday morning at Covington Catholic High School.
We've been pretty lucky this year 'round these parts as far as hot summers go, but boy, the sun is making up for lost time, isn't it?
The weather won't get much more perfect for a July in Northern Kentucky.
Monday and Tuesday have been quite sweltering in the River City metro area, but we're in for a real treat as the holiday weekend nears.
Northern Kentucky is under a TORNADO WATCH until 9 p.m. Wednesday, the National Weather Service said.
Some severe weather will make its way through the area on Wednesday, starting in the morning.
Thunderstorms, damaging winds, and large hail are all possible.
Brace yourself for a pair of summer-like days ahead.
There will be plenty of sunshine and high temperatures in the low to mid-eighties on Wednesday and Thursday.