Central Kentucky missed out on a winter storm that slammed parts of southern and Eastern Kentucky, knocking out power for more than 20,000 customers. Meteorologist Chris Bailey said there were reports of 4 to 6 inches of snow, and totals probably would reach 8 inches in many areas. State police warned motorists in parts of southern Kentucky to limit travel because roads were covered with snow and ice.
Thousands Without Power After Storm
By Lexington Herald Leader • Feb 20, 2012