On the heels of a pretty feisty winter weather event on Sunday, the next round is already set to move in during the day on Tuesday and wrap up late Tuesday night. This time, ice/glazing will be more of a concern. To the right shows the breakdown of the different types of precipitation we are expecting from one end of the Local 6 area to the other. Areas along the Ohio River will see temperatures hover between 31-33 degrees all day/evening and any degree change will determine the difference between rain/sleet/freezing rain. Areas in the blue area will see a mix of sleet and snow and possible accumulations up to 4". The further south you move into the pink and green, the greater chance you will see an icy mixture to all rain into Middle TN and Southern Lakes area. The graphic below shows the impacts each will have on a given area.
Areas south of the Purchase Pkwy and West Kentucky Pkwy are likely to see the most rain with a little sleet mixed in as the storm exits the region on Tuesday night. Areas that are expected to see moderate rainfall are also encouraged to be alert to lowland flooding as snowpack/saturated soil will promote runoff of rainwater as it falls.