Posted at 9:45 pm January 30,2015 by Darius Mack
All the tension is still rising on what to expect later on this weekend. Don’t worry I haven’t forgotten about it, in fact its been on my mind since Wednesday. Let’s take a bit of a recap, remember Wednesday evening when I told you about the snow potential this system had?
Well..Let’s just look at the latest run on that…
Notice that most of the higher snow totals has shifted further north, however GFS still gives us a chance of seeing some minor accumulations. Now let’s compare with what the NAM is spitting out..
They both show the possibility of accumulating snow by Monday morning. The Key to knowing how much snow we’ll get depends on how this thing tracks.
Latest models are trending more rain than snow for our region. The GFS shows the LOW tracking north into the state, and bringing snow showers behind it as a strong mass of cold air filters in behind it.
The Canadian keeps the rain/mix line near Cincy’/Covington area, and also shows some light accumulating snow Monday morning as the LOW tracks along the coast.
Now since snow accumulations are minor, even the lightest accumulation can cause for some travel issues. Here is a map on where I think areas may deal with the highest risks on travel.
Now How is the School Watch Meter looking? Right now it’s sitting at a LOW-MODERATE chance for a SnowDay on Monday, keep in mind this is fairly good for the School Watch Meter to be here, especially when we are looking two days in advance. Check back with me Sunday evening to see if it goes up or down. 🙂