4 P.M. Wed., Jan. 19, 2022
Short term models continue to push tonight’s area of accumulating snow south. Latest GFS isn’t out yet, but the trend is clear from the NAM, Nam HiRes, RUC and HRRR. Louisville area should see possibly a dusting (less than a half inch) (two models) or nothing (two models). So the pickings are pretty lean for snow lovers locally.
It’s a different story, however, for southern and eastern KY. Wide area south and east of a line from southern Hardin County to Frankfort to Ashland will see accumulations from 2″ to 4″. Some spots will probably top 4″.
Louisville appears destined to see just a short period of snow. Rain-to-snow changeover should happen between 6 and 7 P.M. Any significant precipitation will end shortly thereafter. That should add up to a dusting, at best.
Seasonably cold weather air takes over tonight and should last through Friday.
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