By Sheila Ash
More snow is on the way for much of Kentucky and southern Indiana, just in time for Christmas. However, accumulations are expected to be less than the two to four inches previously predicted.
That’s according to National Weather Service Meteorologist John Denman.
“There are some model runs which are giving the southern part of the state a little bit more than the north, however I have to admit there is another model run which is giving the north from southern Indiana more than the south. I think a general forecast of one to three inches everywhere is probably the most accurate at this time,” he said.
Denman says temperatures on Christmas Day will only be in the 20s with snow flurries or light snow possible.
He says temperatures will remain in the 30s after Christmas.