Taylor Severe Watches & Warnings NOAA Weather Radio

Special Statement
Statement as of 1:32 PM CST on January 25, 2015

...Light wintry precipitation could cause slick spots Monday morning...

A clipper will pass through the Ohio Valley this evening continuing to bring rain. A sharp cold front will then slide in behind this system shortly after midnight...with lingering precipitation rapidly changing over to light snow or perhaps pockets of freezing drizzle. Although precipitation is expected to be very light from the pre-dawn hours through mid morning...the combination of temperatures quickly falling into the 20s and wet or snow dusted roadways may lead to some slick conditions. The morning commute could be impacted negatively...especially on untreated roadways. The most likely area for slick spots will be east of I-65 and along and north of I-64. Snowfall accumulations are expected to be a trace to a half an inch.


Public Information Statement
Statement as of 06:52 PM EST on January 25, 2015

...Snow reports for Louisville County Warning Area climate sites...

Location snowfall since total snow midnight on ground through 7 PM at 7 PM (inches) (inches)

Lexington (official) 0.0 1 Louisville international (official) 0.0 0 Louisville NWS office 0.0 0 Fort Knox 0.0 0 Bowling Green (official) 0.0 0

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