In its latest statement, the National Weather Service predicts patches of light freezing rain or freezing drizzle will continue through the late morning and into the afternoon hours. This follows more significant ice accumulations overnight. The reports below indicate ice accumulation as of the recorded time.
0.5″ Valley Station KY Jefferson 500 am EST
0.5″ English in Crawford 900 am EST
0.3″ Brownsville KY Edmonson 200 am EST
0.3″ Casey KY Butler 200 am EST
0.3″ Tell City in Perry 900 am EST
0.3″ Anchorage KY Jefferson 900 am EST
0.3″ doe valley KY Meade 900 am EST
0.25″ Holland in DuBois 600 am EST
0.25″ Frankfort KY Franklin 645 am EST
0.25″ Georgetown KY Scott 730 am EST
0.25″ Elizabethtown KY Hardin 745 am EST
0.25″ Corydon in Harrison 705 am EST
0.25″ Salem in Washington 600 am EST
0.2″ NWS Louisville KY Jefferson 900 am EST
0.2″ Ferdinand in DuBois 530 am EST
0.2″ Portersville in DuBois 530 am EST
0.1 Leitchfield KY Grayson 715 am EST
<0.1" Bowling Green KY Warren midnight Louisville Metro Government reports streets are wet with some slushy/slick areas. The road surface temperature has risen to 32 degrees as of 11am. LG&E-KU reports a small number of outages, each having an impact on a small number of customers. The utility appears to be restoring power within an average 2.5 to 3 hours.
The situation at Louisville International Airport has improved steadily since this morning. There are still some departure delays.