Quick look at the evening run shows little change is needed to the forecast. If anything, the evening runs of the NAM, RAP and GFS (new) are stronger than this morning’s runs. Meanwhile, the odd man out is the old GFS which now carries the heaviest snows farther south.
So, as of midnight I’ll leave my projections the same as my previous blog which would be 8″ -12″ for metro Louisville. (Even if the old GFS is correct, we’ll still have a significant snowfall. But, totals would be 2″-3″ lower than I’m forecasting.) The new GFS gives Louisville 9.3″ of snow.