The Ohio River is rising and the Louisville Metro Sewer District is preparing for high water. One pumping station was turned on Tuesday and two more will likely be turned on Wednesday.
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 […]
Light snow continues to fall across the region, and the National Weather Service predicts it will taper off to flurries over the next hour or so. Reports of an inch of snow are common around the metro this morning. There’s another band of snow that will move through the area late this morning or early […]
The National Weather Service has issued a Winter Storm Warning until 7pm tonight. Light snow is falling in the Louisville area at this hour, and we expect periods of snow through the morning and into the mid to late afternoon. Snow will end or taper off to flurries by late afternoon, but light snow may […]
The National Weather Service has issued a Winter Storm Warning from 4am until 7pm Thursday, as a winter storm spreads snowfall over the region beginning tonight. The snow is expected to begin early Thursday morning, tapering off to flurries in the mid to late afternoon. There might be some additional light snow in the evening […]
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 […]
The National Weather Service has issued a Winter Storm Watch for late tonight and Thursday across the WFPL listening area. Forecasters predict the snow will begin early Thursday morning, ending by mid to late afternoon. Some light snow may continue into the evening. As of this morning, NWS is predicting 3-5 inches of snow in […]
The sub-freezing cold snap in Louisville has forced the city’s homeless shelters to start opening their doors to more and more people to help them survive the freezing nights. The Salvation Army’s Center of Hope is at capacity. Director Matt Yates says all 135 beds are filled, and over the last few nights they’ve opened […]
Louisville could be on its way to seeing its longest period of sub-freezing temperatures in at least nine years. Forecaster Nathan Foster with the National Weather Service in Louisville says the below-freezing temperatures started with the new year on January 1st. “We’re expecting really cold temperatures all the way through the weekend, probably highs not […]