Posted at 5:00 PM February 13,2015 by Darius Mack
Happy Valentine’s eve! Well there is an extra spark into your Valentine’s day, i’m tracking more snow on its way. GFS suggests a band of snow swings north to south by Saturday afternoon, I’m looking for the time window of about 12-3pm, that’s when some spots may have to deal with some issues on the roads. The good news is that the snow does exit just in time for your evening plans, at least in central Kentucky, places in eastern Kentucky may get more snow than us.
Here are my thoughts on how this plays out, some can expect just a coating, and some may see localized amounts around 2″. It’s sort of similar to Thursday’s snow, except this one has the potential of bringing little bit extra accumulation .
Have a safe weekend!
9:20 PM 11/18/14
It’s late this Tuesday evening and i’m tracking a polar plunge, the effects of that is being shown through those wind chill readings this hour, courtesy of the Kentucky Mesonet.
Snow chances return, as a period of light snow will move through the region late Wednesday through early Thursday morning. NAM suggests a line of snow showers moving in Wednesday night. SO those of you asking me “When is the next time we’ll see snow?” There’s your answer.
GFS also shows a light snow band early Thursday morning. Temps during this will likely be around 30 degrees Fahrenheit.
All in all, don’t anticipate much accumulation, a dusting or a trace is possible, some areas may not even see anything on the ground.
Good night and stay safe!
(Forecaster Darius Mack)