Monday, March 25, 2013
Although it's safe to say we're pretty tired of it by now, a Winter Storm WARNING is in effect generally north of I-64 through early Monday morning, with a Winter Weather Advisory points south through Monday at 7pm. It does not include Webster, McLean, Hopkins, Muhlenberg or Ohio Counties.
The heaviest snow accumulations are setting up over Southern Illinois and along the US 50 corridor, with 2-5"+ likely there. That drops to about 1-3" in places like Princeton and Shawneetown. 1-2" in Evansville, Henderson, Owensboro, Jasper. Trace to 1" in Madisonville, & Greenville. Byron will have the latest storm track.
On the Scene
We'll have complete live coverage of this quirky spring snow storm on Sunrise. We'll be out in Live Drive checking on road conditions, and if thee are any delays or closings, we'll have them on air and on line instantly.
It was a bracket busting weekend in the NCAA Tournament. We'll see who's left standing going into the Sweet 16.
While it's back to work for most of us, a Powerball winner from New Jersey apparently can sleep in this morning. More information on the winning ticket is expected to be made public by lottery officials sometime today.
So enjoy Spring/Winter's last blast, (hopefully) and we'll see you on Sunrise.