LOUISVILLE, Ky. —
A Winter Weather Advisory is still in effect through noon for Dubois, Orange, Washington, Clark Scott, Trimble, Jefferson (IN), Jennings, Jackson and Lawrence County until noon. This only includes counties in Indiana.
Current Snow Reports in Indiana:
North Madison, IN - 2.0" Scottsville, IN - 2.0" Salem, IN - 2.0" Scottsburg, IN - 1.0" Pilot Knob, IN - 1.0" Jasper, IN - 0.7"
A Wind Advisory is in effect until 7 PM for Kentucky into southern Indiana. Wind gusts up to 50 mph are possible throughout the afternoon and early evening!
What you need to know
The snow is starting to transition to all rain as our atmosphere warms above freezing into the midday hours. Our sky will clear out by the early afternoon but the wind will stay strong! Scattered showers will look to develop once again into tonight and through the day Thursday.
Temperatures will be getting into the low to mid 40s throughout the day which will cause the snow to melt and slushy conditions. Expect slick roads across town. The good news is ice is not expected. The rest of the afternoon will be cold and breezy with cloudy skies and occasional flurries or rain showers.
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More snow showers Thursday
Temperatures will be staying in the 30s throughout the day tomorrow which will keep the chance of scattered flurries. Some spots could pick up to a half inch of snow, but most likely a light coating across town is possible. This will be scattered throughout the morning into the afternoon.
Hazardous travel conditions
Keep in mind, roads will still remain hazardous for travel!
Even though snowfall will come to a close, roads will still remain very hazardous due to blowing snow and strong wind gusts.
Expect the wind to lessen in intensity Wednesday evening, thus leaving us with an overcast sky and temperatures in the middle 30s as we begin to hit the end of the week.
The bottom line is this storm will make for the worst travel conditions from midnight Tuesday through noon on Wednesday!
Please refrain from travel if you can and limit your travel time to and from work on hump day.
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