Monday, Feb. 12, 2024 Noon
Yesterday’s post described the various ideas the models were proposing for our area for tonight’s snow probabilities. By today, models have pretty much come into agreement. Heavy snows still remain a possibility, but not for the Louisville area. The developing snow storm will move faster than expected. So, the snow/rain situation won’t spread northward fast enough for any concern here.
So, Louisville area should expect to see increasing cloudiness this afternoon with rain developing around 5 – 7 P.M. Rain will briefly change to snow during the late evening. The wet snow should end around Midnight with little or no snow accumulation. So, no luck here.
However, the southeastern part of KY should see a big, sloppy wet snow, Areas along and south of a line from about Leitchfield to Lexington to Ashland are expected to see roughly 2″-4″ of snow with some areas getting to 6″ or more tonight!