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Snow To Be Followed By Cold Front

by Gabe Bullard on January 10, 2011

Relief from the winter cold is unlikely to come anytime soon.

Forecasters are predicting up to three inches of snow for the Louisville area Tuesday. After that, a cold front will come through, bringing winds and frigid temperatures for much of the week.

National Weather Service meteorologist John Denman says the snow and cold is the latest in what has been a surprisingly chilly and wet winter.

“We’ve had a lot of little systems come through, and that’s a little bit uncommon,” he says. “We’ve had like four or five separate snow systems come through, giving anywhere from one to four inches. It has been consistently cold this winter, very similar to last winter.”

Temperatures could rise to the mid or upper 30s on Thursday and Friday. The heaviest snowfall Tuesday  is predicted for southern and central Indiana.

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Cold Snap Almost Over For Louisville

by scrosby April 7, 2009

A mass of frigid air is sitting over the Louisville area, causing unseasonably cold weather.  Forecaster Tom Reaugh with the National Weather Service in Louisville says the cold snap should be over soon. “The cold air will move off to the east and we’ll moderate back to near normal readings for high temperatures in the […]

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Milder Temps on the Way to Louisville Area

by scrosby February 4, 2009

The cold snap biting the Louisville area should be over by the end of the week. Forecaster Jim Maczko of the National Weather Service in Louisville says arctic air from Canada has settled over the Louisville area, bringing temperatures below the freezing mark. That high pressure system is expected to move out over the next […]

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Frigid Temperatures Invade Louisville Area

by scrosby January 15, 2009

Today’s high temperature is more than twenty degrees below the average for the Louisville area. The unusually cold air will stick around a little while longer. Forecaster Angie Lese with the National Weather Service in Louisville says the extremely cold temperatures are being caused by a mass of frigid air that moved in from Canada. […]

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