Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Louisville, KY
AWUS83 KLMK 072153
REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LOUISVILLE KY
452 PM EST SAT DEC 07 2013 /352 PM CST SAT DEC 07 2013/
Skies became mostly clear overnight as the winter storm moved east.
Snowpacks in southern Indiana ranged from 9 inches in the far north
to around 3 inches along the Ohio River. Snowpacks in north Kentucky
ran from around 5 inches along the Ohio River to just a dusting
south of the parkways. The snowpack really influenced the morning
lows. Values ranges from the single digits in the extreme northwest
to around 30 in the southeast.
This afternoon was mostly sunny but cold. Afternoon highs were
mainly in the 20s. By late afternoon, clouds from our next weather
maker had invaded from the southwest.
Another storm will begin to bring in more precipitation tonight
around midnight from the southwest. However, this system is much
weaker than the previous one. Cold air at the surface will be below
freezing, so the precipitation will start out as light freezing rain
in the far south. Farther north in Kentucky, the precipitation
should be a mixture of snow and sleet. Little precipitation is
expected in southern Indiana. Overnight lows will be mainly in the
Warm air will creep in Sunday and eventually turn the mixed
precipitation over to rain before it ends. Highs will run near
freezing in the northwest to the mid 40s in the southeast.