Friday, March 11, 2022 Noon
In reference to yesterday’s blog, as expected the NAM still seems to have the better solution. The GFS and other models now pretty much agree with the NAM. On the large scale picture the result should be overall less snowfall for eastern KY and the Appalachian region than previously expected.
For Louisville area, my latest idea is this. Rain/snow arrives in Louisville area around 6-7 P.M. Snow becomes dominate from 8 P.M. until Midnight. Only flurries after that. Temperatures remain around 32 degrees during the snow so major roadways will only see minor accumulations due to above freezing surface temperatures. Snow accumulations on grassy areas should be up to one inch in metro area with higher accumulations south/east of Louisville. Highest accumulations (2″ – 4″) along central I-75 and east.
Mostly sunny tomorrow with high around 30, but back to near 50 by Sunday.