Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer says the city will use social media to communicate with the public during snow storms this year. Fischer announced winter weather plans while surrounded by members of the city’s snow team. The public will now be able to follow updates on the Twitter feed @LouSnowPlow or the Metro Public Works Facebook… Continue reading Louisville Metro Prepared for Snowstorms, Uses Social Media
Ryan Sharp with the National Weather Service says the heavier burst of snow will begin Thursday afternoon. Forecasters are predicting total accumulations of four to six inches by midnight.
Thanks to Ron Smith, Kentucky Public Radio/WEKU, Richmond Utility crews continue to work to restore power to tens of thousands of eastern Kentucky residents left in the dark by a weekend winter storm. Heavy snow Saturday brought down numerous tree limbs and power lines in the region. Four Red Cross shelters have been set up… Continue reading Thousands Remain Without Power In E. Kentucky