Snow is adding to the misery of storm victims cleaning up in West Liberty, where a tornado demolished the downtown and neighborhoods in the eastern Kentucky town.
Nearly a half-foot of snow fell overnight in West Liberty. Utility crews there are working to restore power and residents are making repairs to homes damaged from the tornado that ripped through town Friday evening.
Parts of the town were leveled by an EF-3 tornado packing winds up to 140 mph.
Utilities say more than 9,000 customers are without power statewide from Friday's storms. Nearly 9,000 more customers are without power due to the snowfall Monday.
In Laurel County, light snow didn't stick to the ground but had crews bundled up for the recovery work from a tornado that hit Friday.