Watch our live snow coverage from 4 to 6:30 p.m. in the player aboveA winter storm warning remains in effect through 1 p.m. on Tuesday as round two of the wintry weather continues to march across the region. This storm had the potential to be one of our biggest winter storms in several years, but snow totals have come down some. Interactive radar | Closings, delays TIMELINE: The second hit of wintry weather began moving in just after noon and will cut off right around midnight.Sleet appears to be the dominant precipitation, but will switch to snow for some between 7 and 8 p.m.By Tuesday morning, snow and sleet totals of 3 to 6 inches will be common — this looks to be the case for Louisville. Some of our northwest counties may see 6 to 9 inches. The areas in the southeast part of the viewing area could see more sleet than snow, so their snow totals could be much lower, more like 1 to 3 inches.The overall higher totals were cut down due to sleet. Drier skies return Tuesday afternoon. After a cold day in the low 20s for highs, temperatures will drop into the teens overnight. We will stay below freezing through mid-week, keeping that snow and ice around for awhile.Officials have been advising people to stay off the roads in the next couple of days as conditions deteriorate. And this won’t be the end of our wintry weather for the week. Wednesday night into Thursday could bring yet another storm. Temperatures finally get above freezing on Sunday.Stay up to date on this forecast right here.

Watch our live snow coverage from 4 to 6:30 p.m. in the player above

A winter storm warning remains in effect through 1 p.m. on Tuesday as round two of the wintry weather continues to march across the region. This storm had the potential to be one of our biggest winter storms in several years, but snow totals have come down some.

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TIMELINE:

Monday snow timelines

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Monday snow timelines

The second hit of wintry weather began moving in just after noon and will cut off right around midnight.

Sleet appears to be the dominant precipitation, but will switch to snow for some between 7 and 8 p.m.

By Tuesday morning, snow and sleet totals of 3 to 6 inches will be common — this looks to be the case for Louisville. Some of our northwest counties may see 6 to 9 inches.

The areas in the southeast part of the viewing area could see more sleet than snow, so their snow totals could be much lower, more like 1 to 3 inches.

The overall higher totals were cut down due to sleet.

Sleet & snow totals across the region

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Sleet & Snow Totals

Drier skies return Tuesday afternoon.

After a cold day in the low 20s for highs, temperatures will drop into the teens overnight. We will stay below freezing through mid-week, keeping that snow and ice around for awhile.

Officials have been advising people to stay off the roads in the next couple of days as conditions deteriorate.

Driving conditions

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Driving conditions

And this won’t be the end of our wintry weather for the week. Wednesday night into Thursday could bring yet another storm.

Temperatures finally get above freezing on Sunday.

Stay up to date on this forecast right here.

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