NOR'EASTER...Slams the East Coast as residents are still recovering from Hurricane Sandy. Here's a snapshot of radar as of 7:30 PM. Flooding, beach erosion, and several inches of snow will impact folks in the Northeast as the temperatures there continue to fall as the winds continue to increase.
COLD WEATHER...Is not only impacting the Northeast, but also Kentuckiana. Stubborn cloud cover kept us chilly today as temperatures remained below average for the 12th day in a row. Warmer weather is knocking on the door, we just have to get past tomorrow before 60s and 70s make a return.
FOGGY MORNING AHEAD...Is possible for folks in Kentuckiana. Areas that saw rain will see patchy fog tomorrow morning. Visibility will be reduced for some. We'll be watching freezing temperatures across the area as any fog that develops in those areas may produce freezing fog. While ground temps will be too warm to produce slick spots for most of us, higher elevated areas like bridges and overpasses may be coated with a slick spot or two before the sun rises...the fog clears...and warmer weather develops!
Stay tuned to WAVE 3 and WAVE3.com for the latest on the big storm in the Northeast, and the big warm up expected for Kentuckiana. Kevin Harned will have an updated look at your forecast tonight starting at 11pm. Have a great night! See you back here tomorrow at 11am.