We’ll be seeing a couple of chances at light wintry precipitation over the next 24-30 hours across the region. The first will be this morning across southern Indiana where a mix of light snow, sleet, or freezing rain/drizzle could create a few slick spots. Widespread problems are not expected as surface temperatures stay around or just below freezing, and temperatures have been fairly mild for the past several days, but we’ll monitor through the morning hours.
Another round of light wintry precipitation is expected to begin later this evening, lasting through midday Tuesday, mainly south of the I-64 corridor. A mix of snow, sleet and freezing rain is expected across Kentucky, with potential ice accumulations of a glaze to around a tenth of an inch. This may cause some slick spots, especially on bridges, overpasses, and elevated surfaces. In addition, light accumulations (less than 1 inch) of snow and sleet are possible, especially farther north toward the I-64 corridor. It is possible that counties along the I-64 corridor will still need to be added to the Winter Weather Advisory for later tonight, as this is the greatest area of uncertainty at this time.
Stay up to date of the latest forecasts as this is a complex and changing weather scenario. Light wintry mixes will continue to be possible mainly each night and morning through early Thursday before a dry late week and first part of the weekend take hold.