Snow intensity is winding down. but periods of light snow should continue until around 7-8 P.M. Radar shows the northern edge of the light snow is slowly drifting from southern IN toward Louisville. It’s going to be tough to measure from here on out because of the strong winds and blowing snow, but any additional accumulations will be less than one inch for the Louisville area.
Snow totals appear to be highly variable, but nothing extreme. At SDF the snow depth was measured at 7 A.M. and showed 3″ and at 1P.M. the snow depth was also 3″. My driveway had 2.4″ around 1 P.M. and little snow since then.
It’s hard to imagine the NWS is still maintaining the Winter Storm Warning and the 4″-6″ snow forecast for Louisville.
But then, as Yogi Berra famously said, “It ain’t over ’till it’s over.”