LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WHAS11)—Winter weather is heading back into Kentuckiana, after a pre-winter blast of snow in 2013.
Sunday afternoon into the late evening, snow is expected across the area. The northern most counties in the viewing area can expect anywhere from six to nine inches of snow, while the southern counties can get one to four inches.
In the Metro, people can expect from up to four inches of the white stuff before this storm is through.
The snow will end by midnight Monday morning.
After the storm comes through and drops the snow, the temperatures are expected to drop to near records. Monday the temperature isn’t expect to get above zero degrees, with a high of -3 and a low of -8. Wind chills are expected to make it feel like it is -26 at times across the area.
These temperatures have not been seen for 18 years and are possibly record breakers.
We will keep you up to date with the latest forecast and snow totals as the storm nears.