Fri. Jan 28, 2022 3 P.M.
A small, fast moving and potent upper disturbance will race across our area from now until about 7 P.M.
Most of the area will see snow showers and flurries with accumulations up to one inch. However, a narrow swath of much heavier snow showers, about 25-40 miles across, will be embedded in the wider snow area. Forecast models are currently projecting the axis of heavier snow to run from southern Indiana (west of I-65) through Louisville metro then southsoutheastward through KY.
Models project 2″-4″ of quick hitting snow squalls in narrow lines within this snow swath. Meanwhile spots only a few miles from the heavy snow will see very little. Wouldn’t it be cool to be lucky enough yourself in the middle of the action? Unfortunately, most of us will be in the “near-miss” category.