From the National Weather Service In Paducah, Ky
At Paducah, the snowfall so far this season has been 18.9 inches. This ranks as the 5th snowiest such period. The snowiest such period on record was 26.0 inches in 1984-1985. The mean snowfall for an entire winter at Paducah is only 9.6 inches, and about 9 inches was received from Feb. 7-9 this year.
At Paducah, the average temperature from December 1 to February 9 was 31.3 degrees. This ranks as the 9th coldest such period on record. Records at Paducah date back to 1937. The coldest such period was 27.3 in 1977, followed by 28.5 in 1978.
The short-range outlook calls for temperatures to warm to above normal levels, so the winter as a whole may not rank among the ten coldest.
On a Local Note
SnowFall for Benton, Ky measured at my house is currently 20.2 inches total running a little higher than Paducah’s 18.9 inches this was helped by the Banding that formed over us with the Christmas eve storm and the extra snow that we recieved witht he february 9th 2011 Snowfall
A Nice Warm Up is in store for Next week with some lower 60′s not out of the question