Last winter storm of the week moves in tonight: What to expect
Monday’s snowstorm dropped 5.5 inches of snow in Louisville and we’re about to add to that total with another round of wintry weather on Wednesday and Thursday.
Hello, everyone. I’m Wook white meteorologist Mammal A ceviche with a look at your Wednesday forecast Quiet cold through much of the afternoon that it’s gonna be later in the day and into tonight that we start to watch for our next round of winter weather across the region. Here’s a look at your forecast through the day. Clouds will be on the increase midday into the afternoon. 22 midday, with highs only near 26. Little warmer than yesterday, but still very frigid and a few scattered light snow showers will be possible into the afternoon, especially later in the day and into the evening hours where some steadier snow will start developing from southwest to north across the region as we watch for our next opportunity of accumulating snowfall. Future cast in motion shows that we have a lot of quiet, whether through the afternoon there’s some hints of those snow showers in our southern communities, and again a couple of those could sneak a little bit farther north. But overall snow chances through the day are going to be low. And then, as we head into the evening notice that starts to build a little farther to the north, the deeper shade of blue south of the bluegrass parkways are southern. Communities will see the better chances of some higher snow tallies overnight and into tomorrow. That could mix as you see a little bit of those pink shades in our southern communities, with a little bit of sleet or freezing rain. If that occurs, that will chop down some of the higher snow tallies. But still, I think we should get a pretty good coating in our southern communities and then farther to the north, will continue with some snow showers through tomorrow morning and taper those off into the afternoon, but still will add to what is already on the ground across the region before we begin to trend a little bit drier, but it’s going to stay cold Thursday night into Friday, and we could still ring out a few flurries across the area around out the week. All right, so how much snow, I think in the lighter shade of blue our southern Indiana counties, down towards the metro and to the parkways. So northern and central portions of Kentucky generally in a 1 to 3 inch zone farther to the south south of the Bluegrass Parkway. We’re looking at 2 to 4 inches. If we can stay MAWR snow instead of mixing in any sleet or freezing rain will have a chance to go a little bit higher in those snow tally. So with the higher amounts likely to the south, that’s where winter…
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