An active week of wintry weather is on tap for the Ohio Valley. A winter weather advisory has been issued for our northern counties, including metro Louisville. There are many variables and changes are likely, so stay with WLKY for the latest updates. Skies will remain dry during the day Monday with highs around 40 degrees. Clouds will increase and later in the night, we will watch for precipitation to move into our region. A variety of precipitation types are on the table for our area. In our northern counties, mostly snow can be expected. In the metro, a mix of snow, sleet and even some light ice will be possible. Farther south, mainly a cold rain is forecast. The precipitation will wind down early on Tuesday, but not before potentially causing problems on the roads. Snowfall totals will vary greatly, if we were to see more sleet or rain that would significantly reduce totals. As of right now, 1-3″ will be possible across our northern counties. A slender stripe of higher snowfall totals, however, cannot be ruled out. This is a highly changeable forecast. This is one of several wintry weather events forecast this week. Stay tuned to WLKY for more details.

An active week of wintry weather is on tap for the Ohio Valley. A winter weather advisory has been issued for our northern counties, including metro Louisville.

Winter Weather Advisory

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Winter Weather Advisory

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There are many variables and changes are likely, so stay with WLKY for the latest updates.

Skies will remain dry during the day Monday with highs around 40 degrees. Clouds will increase and later in the night, we will watch for precipitation to move into our region.

10 PM

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Monday 10 pm

A variety of precipitation types are on the table for our area. In our northern counties, mostly snow can be expected. In the metro, a mix of snow, sleet and even some light ice will be possible. Farther south, mainly a cold rain is forecast.

Overnight Wintry Mix

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Tuesday 12:30 AM

The precipitation will wind down early on Tuesday, but not before potentially causing problems on the roads.

Tuesday 6 am

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Tuesday 6 am

Snowfall totals will vary greatly, if we were to see more sleet or rain that would significantly reduce totals. As of right now, 1-3″ will be possible across our northern counties. A slender stripe of higher snowfall totals, however, cannot be ruled out. This is a highly changeable forecast.

Snow Chances

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Snow Chances 

This is one of several wintry weather events forecast this week. Stay tuned to WLKY for more details.

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