LOUISVILLE (AP) — The National Weather Service is calling for up to 4 inches of snow to fall across much of Kentucky.
The weather service says flakes are expected to begin falling before sunrise on Wednesday in most places, with the bulk of accumulation hitting by afternoon. The precipitation may end in some areas as freezing rain.
Forecasters warn that the weather conditions could produce low visibility and slick roads, making travel conditions hazardous especially during the morning commute.
The weather service says a wide swath of central Kentucky is expected to get between 2- 4 inches of snow, northern Kentucky could see 1-2 inches, western Kentucky could see 2-3 inches and eastern Kentucky could get 1-3 inches.