The Louisville area is in the throes of a severe cold snap, but forecasters say it will be over soon. Much of Kentucky and Indiana was under a wind chill advisory this morning, but temperatures should be warming up soon. National Weather Service in Louisville forecaster Marilyn Scholz says temperatures will rise gradually tomorrow, with… Continue reading Bitter Cold Air Won't Mean White Christmas
Much of Kentucky, including the Louisville area, is under its first freeze watch of the season. It was originally posted for late Monday/early Tuesday, but is now in effect for late Tuesday/early Wednesday. Forecaster Nathan Foster with the National Weather Service in Louisville says cold air moved into the area Sunday night. “We’ve got some… Continue reading Growing Season to End in Kentucky With First Freeze
Louisville is on the verge of a moderate drought. Keys Arnold with the University of Kentucky’s Agricultural Weather Center says the area is already in a mild drought. “Rainwise, it’s been incredibly dry. We’ve actually had a significantly drier year than last year, when at this time we were approaching extreme drought,” says Arnold. “The… Continue reading Moderate Drought Coming for Louisville, Lexington Areas
The remnants of Hurricane Ike will bring some strong winds and possible rainfall to Louisville.
Tropical Storm Hanna is headed for the East Coast. But it’s unlikely any evacuees will be coming to Louisville.
At least one airplane full of Gulf Coast evacuees will stay in Louisville tonight.
Severe thunderstorms last Sunday left many homes in the region without power. The storms and high winds rolled through the region leaving thousands of people in Indiana without power during the night. In Southern Indiana, most of those affected were in Clark and Scott counties, says Duke Energy’s Angeline Protogere, and most of those outages… Continue reading Power Outages Follow Sunday's Storms