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January 26, 2011

Winter Weather Blanketing the Area

Another Snow For Most of the Area

Winter weather continues across the area with another round of accumulating snow. Let's take a look at the radar, advisories, and go over the updated snowfall totals.

Some heavy banding has set up over the central part of the area and required me to upgrade my totals near the river. Here is a look at the early morning radar.Radar 1

 

 

Notice how the snow has heavy bands up to the Ohio River. That is what required me to update totals.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Most of the area remains under a winter weather advisory or winter storm warning through 4 pm.

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Louisville west to Hardinsburg and east to Frankfort and north under a Winter Weather Advisory. A line from E-town west to Leitchfield and east to Anderson county then points south under a Winter Storm Warning.

  

 

 

 

 

Timing:

Most of the snow will fall before 9 am, then scattered snow showers  through noon, then mostly cloudy with flurries through the afternoon.

Snowfall Totals:

Snowfall in downtown Louisville look to be near 1" - 2" while south Louisville will have 2" - 4". Totals will fall as we go north of the river and increase as we go south of the river. Snowfall_Totals

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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