Monday, Feb, 15, 2016
Quick update today. As expected, large storm gaining strength to our south is heading toward the Appalachians with plenty of snow, but mostly rain. Southeastern KY could get some flooding rains tonight.
That system could bring some rains as far north as the Ohio River. I’d make it about and 40% chance for rain reaching Louisville for a couple of hours this evening. Most areas south and east of Louisville will see rain tonight.
Yet another Clipper will approach the area tomorrow afternoon. Models can’t agree with each other with this system. It is stronger than expected and will likely take a path south of Louisville. That puts us in “snow territory”, but the storm will be small and weakening as it absorbs into today’s southern storm. The result should be some light snow (possibly mixed with rain) tomorrow afternoon. Little, if any snow accumulation is expected. No road problems are expected due to temperatures above freezing.