A storm system expected to develop over the southern plains states has the attention of Louisville forecasters. Mike Callahan with the National Weather Service says the storm could end up dumping ten inches of snow over southern parts of Kentucky, and around five-to-six inches in central Kentucky. “We’re not looking for quite that much snow […]
As local and state crews continue to clear snow from roads across the Louisville area, Jefferson County Public Schools officials announced they will dismiss classes one hour early Thursday. All Jefferson County High School evening classes and testing were cancelled. Adult education afternoon and evening classes were called off as well. JCPS Superintendent Sheldon Berman […]
About 300 Metro Government employees will be working on snow removal and cleanup Wednesday and Thursday.
Snow accumulations of three to five inches are on the way for the Louisville area. Forecaster Mike Callahan with the National Weather Service in Louisville says the storm system that is bringing the precipitation should arrive early Thursday and drastically alter temperatures. “The temperatures are going to fall,” says Callahan. “It’s going to be quite […]
Rainy and then weather conditions from now through Friday could make for dicey road conditions on New Year’s Eve. WFPL’s Elizabeth Kramer has more. The National Weather Service is forecasting showers starting late Wednesday night followed by a cold front that will likely create slick roads throughout Kentucky on Thursday and Friday. Angela Lese is […]
A state of emergency continues for counties in eastern and central Kentucky hard hit by heavy snow Saturday. Governor Steve Beshear issued the declaration after a winter storm dumped more than a foot of snow in some areas and left more than 100,000 without electricity. Beshear is scheduled to tour some of the harder hit […]
Much of Kentucky is under a winter storm warning or a winter weather advisory, but western Kentucky and the Louisville area are expected to get only a little snow accumulation. Forecaster Tom Reaugh with the National Weather Service in Louisville says parts of central and eastern Kentucky could see between four and twelve inches of […]
An E-On U.S. official says he’s not sure if the power company’s two Kentucky subsidiaries will request rate increases as a result of this week’s ice storm.
Louisville Metro Government is offering a place to stay and access to electricity to anyone who lost power in the ice storm.
Utility officials in Kentucky say crews are coming in from several states to help restore power lost in this week’s ice storm.