Late Winter Chill Continues in Louisville
The cold winter weather is expected to continue for a while longer, with a nice warm-up in the coming days, according to meteorologist Daniel Johnson of WLKY Weather.
There have been reports of a few snow flurries in and around the Louisville metro area, with most of them being in the north but pushing south.
The current temperature is very cold, with a wind chill making it feel like 12 degrees.
The dew point is down to single digits, indicating even colder air pushing in.
The high temperature for the day was 39 degrees, with a trace of snow in some areas but no accumulation.
Dryer air is expected to push in, causing some of the flakes to not reach the ground.
Frost is expected across the area in the next several nights, with temperatures dropping into the low 20s and even into the teens in some areas.
Strong winds are coming out of the northwest at 10-20 mph, gusting even higher, causing wind chills to be in the teens for everyone.
People are advised to wear heavy jackets, coats, gloves, and hats to keep warm.
A low pressure system to the north is bringing in some scattered snow flurries, with most of it across southern Indiana.
Some areas may experience flurries until early morning.
Temperatures are expected to warm up in the coming days, with the first day of spring on Monday reaching a high of 53 degrees.
On Wednesday, temperatures are expected to reach 60 degrees, but with a chance of showers.
Thursday is expected to be mostly dry and warm, with temperatures in the mid-70s.