Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Louisville, KY
AWUS83 KLMK 062147
REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LOUISVILLE KY
446 PM EST FRI DEC 06 2013 /346 PM CST FRI DEC 06 2013/
A winter storm moved into the area overnight bringing rain, freezing
rain, sleet, and snow. Morning lows ranged from the upper 20s in the
north to the mid 30s in the south. Rainfall amounts in the south were
over 2 inches but amounts were lighter as you moved north.
As the day wore on, the precipitation transitioned to snow. Before
the change, many locations collected between a quarter and a half
inch of ice. In the north near Paoli, up to 4 inches of snow was
reported by late afternoon. Afternoon temperature slowly sank below
Tonight, the precipitation will change over to snow across the rest
of the region. Locations in the far north could collect as much as
10 inches before it ends. Amounts will be lighter as you move south
and in southern Kentucky, there should be only an inch or two.
Overnight lows will range widely from the teens in the northwest to
the upper 20s in the southeast.
Saturday will become sunny but stay cold. Afternoon highs will run
from the low 20s in the northwest due to a heavy snowpack, to the
mid 30s where there will be less snow.
Another mix of winter weather is expected Saturday night into