• Winter Weather
    Winter Storm Update – Snowfall Estimates Increased

    The National Weather Service has upgraded the snowfall amounts for Fayette County. Snowfall totals may approach 10″ in the southern parts of Fayette County. This is a dangerous winter storm with winds. Snow will start in the next two hours. Roads are already slick from sleet and freezing rain. Here’s the complete...

  • Travel
    Winter Storm Update – Statewide Road Conditions: 8:30pm

    Kentucky State Police reports by post:

  • Winter Weather
    Winter Storm Update: 8:20pm Sunday, March 2

    Fayette County is currently in a “lull” area with little or no precipitation. The storm is not over – in fact, it’s just beginning. Here’s the radar from just a few minutes ago: The orange in the display is a wintry mix – sleet, freezing rain, ice. This will continue into the...

  • Travel
    Kentucky State Highway Update

    State forces and contractors in Central Kentucky reported earlier today to begin patrolling and treating roadways. The KYTC District 7 Office is closely monitoring weather conditions and forecasts for this evening and tomorrow. State crews and contractors will remain on duty in all D-7 counties until the threat of inclement weather subsides....

  • Winter Weather
    Winter Storm Update: 6pm Sunday, March 2

    The “wintry mix” has arrived in Lexington and Central Kentucky. Temperatures continue to drop and we’re looking for significant ice, sleet and snow accumulations. In Lexington, we’re looking at .1 to .3 inches of ice accumulation on trees, fences and wires. There will be 4-7 inches of snow afterward. Here’s the complete...

  • News Release
    Lexington City Offices on two-hour delay for March 3

    Mayor Jim Gray said today city employees whose jobs are not related to weather response may report to work Monday, March. 3, on a two-hour delay. Gray urged all motorists to drive slowly and carefully.

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