10:40 am 01/15/2018
Published By Darius Mack
Happy MLK Day! We had some light snow showers move through parts of central and eastern Kentucky last night, it did put down atleast a quarter to a half inch on top of what we’ve already had. Places in extreme Northern Kentucky have already seen atleast an inch of snow from last night’s showers. No matter how much snow you got this did create some slick spots this morning.
The National Weather Service has issued a Winter Weather Advisory as more snow is expected later today and throughout Tuesday.
Today’s highs could peak at or around the freezing mark before the front moves in.
Here is a look at some model runs.
The European run is more aggressive putting 2″-5″ snow potential through the state. *NOT A FORECAST* This is used as guidance.
The Hi-Res Nam shows 1″-2″ of snow.
It’s with last night’s light snow disturbance , that has increased my confidence that we could see atleast an inch or two of snow out of this swath that will set-up from northwest to southeast. Yes, the last forecast was overdone, but I think I have a better handle on this one since this will likely be an ALL SNOW event.
The School Watch Meter Remains a 5 out of 11
I will tweet and post Radar Updates through the day!