Thursday morning, 1/21/2016
Quick update after a glance at morning GFS and NAM model runs. The trends remain the same as yesterday afternoon’s update mentioned – the primary storm track still looks to be on a track too far south to bring the really heavy snows as far north as the Ohio River. Things are running a little slower as snow may hold off until around late morning or Noon tomorrow. (Makes the Winter Storm WARNING going into effect at 7 P.M. tonight look rather silly, doesn’t it? )
Still looks about the same – 3″- 5″ or 6″) in Louisville area. Rapidly increasing totals up to 6″-12 south of the metro (across central KY). Rapid drop in accumulations north of the Ohio.