There’s been some light snow across the Louisville metro this morning, but snow will intensify this afternoon into this evening. The National Weather Service predicts 3-4 inches of snow by nightfall.
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.
Forecasters predict light snow this afternoon, changing to a mixture of sleet and eventually freezing rain late tonight and early tomorrow morning. We could see up to one quarter of an inch of freezing rain with higher amounts possible. Sleet and snow accumulations of 1 to 2 inches will also be possible before the onset of freezing rain.
A Winter Storm Warning is in effect from 7pm tonight through 7pm Monday. The National Weather Service predicts light snow will develop tonight, with measurable accumulation beginning after midnight. The snow will continue into the morning hours on Monday. Light snow may continue off and on Monday afternoon into evening. The forecast is four to… Continue reading Winter Storm Update 10am
The Louisville area is under a winter storm warning, as the collision of two storm systems is expected to bring significant snowfall overnight. Forecaster Joe Ammerman with the National Weather Service in Louisville says the original forecast was for three to four inches of snow, but that has been increased to four to six inches… Continue reading Winter Storm Warning for Louisville Area