…Potential for Brief, Gusty Snow Showers this Morning and
…Hard Freeze Tonight Through Early Next Week…
A narrow band of snow is expected to move across southern Indiana and northern Kentucky this morning and early afternoon. Localized pockets of moderate to heavy snowfall are likely in combination with gusty winds. Travel conditions will be impacted as sudden visibility reductions could be present with this activity. Minor snow accumulations of a dusting to a tenth of an inch may result in some isolated slick road conditions. Therefore, motorists should exercise caution, especially on bridges and overpasses.
A cold airmass will persist over the region through early next week, and a hard freeze is expected each night from later tonight through Monday night. Overnight lows in the low to mid 20s will be common for most with some readings in the teens possible Sunday and Monday mornings. Anyone with agricultural interests should take necessary precautions to protect plants as several hours well into the 20s will harm or kill sensitive vegetation. Warmer
temperatures will arrive Tuesday and continue through the
remainder of the week.