Robert Adams used a blower Wednesday morning to remove snow from the Robert Stephens Courthouse Plaza during a morning snow shower in downtown Lexington. Adams works for Meridian, which maintains the property. He said he wasn't ready for this cold. Snow showers and low temperatures are in the forecast for Kentucky as an arctic front moves through.
Robert Adams used a blower Wednesday morning to remove snow from the Robert Stephens Courthouse Plaza during a morning snow shower in downtown Lexington. Adams works for Meridian, which maintains the property. He said he wasn't ready for this cold. Snow showers and low temperatures are in the forecast for Kentucky as an arctic front moves through. Herald-Leader
Robert Adams used a blower Wednesday morning to remove snow from the Robert Stephens Courthouse Plaza during a morning snow shower in downtown Lexington. Adams works for Meridian, which maintains the property. He said he wasn't ready for this cold. Snow showers and low temperatures are in the forecast for Kentucky as an arctic front moves through. Herald-Leader

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