The death throes of winter continue as spring makes a comeback on Friday only to be slayed again on Sunday when snow returns to the area.
The high temperature on Tuesday afternoon will reach the upper 60s, flirting with 70.
Sunny and 63?
UPDATE: The National Weather Service has amended its snow totals for Northern Kentucky to one to two inches of ice and snow.
The dangerously cold wind chills Friday morning may be among the least of your worries as another snow storm prepares to hit the region Sunday into Monday.
Newport Mayor Jerry Peluso was getting in his pick-up truck when he saw a brown paper bag in the bed.
Three tornadoes touched down in the region during last week's storms, the National Weather Service reported.
A wind advisory is in effect until 6 p.m. Friday.
Flooding rainfall is possible Thursday night, the National Weather Service reported.
The entire region will be under a Flash Flood Watch.
Temperatures will be warmer this week and will be accompanied by rain.
A winter weather advisory will go in effect Friday at 10 a.m. and will last till 2 a.m. Saturday, the National Weather Service said.
Two to four inches of snow is expected Friday.
More dangerous wind chills will be in the area on Wednesday and then more snow this weekend.
And then, a bit of a warm-up.
A robust winter season and more precipitation expected in the coming weeks has Kentucky Transportation Cabinet (KYTC) officials looking for ways to conserve salt as deliveries slow and materials ru