Monday, March 13, 2017 3 P.M.
Just looked out the window and saw some (very light) snow. Large area of precipitation on NWS radar moving slowly eastward should continue the snow for a couple of hours. No accumulation on roadways as temperatures are above freezing. Radar showing a classic “bright band” over Meade and northern Hardin Cos. That’s the area where the snow is melting aloft and thus creating a change from snow to rain. That snow-to-rain transition will reach the Louisville area by around 5-6 P.M.
Enjoy the snow while it’s still here.