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LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- Metro Louisville crews have been brining roads ahead of Tuesday night's expected light snow.
WDRB Chief Meteorologist Marc Weinberg says a weather front could hit Louisville with around an inch of snow. "The snow combined with falling temps will lead to a few slick roads," Weinberg said in his evening forecast.
Public Works started brining roads Monday night and will keep brining through Tuesday evening. It's been a harsh winter, with many cities experiencing a shortage of salt -- but Louisville officials aren't worried about a shortage just yet.
"We're in good shape with that," said Metro Public Works spokesperson Harold Adams. "We still have 21,000 tons of salt on-hand, including 6,000 in our garage facilities and another 15,000 in reserve."
As with any winter weather event, crews will focus on the most heavily traveled streets.