Tuesday, March 20, 2018
On my previous post I gave two reasons why I wasn’t expecting to see much snow tonight. The second reason has been my downfall to getting this forecast correct. The weak secondary upper has formed, BUT it formed too far east to disrupt the flow of wrap around moisture westward into Ohio Valley. The result? More snow than I expected.
As of 8 P.M. we already have two inches on the ground. The snow should become very light over the next hour or two, then continue overnight. Louisville area should have 2″ – 4″ by morning. Deeper snows north and northeast of the city. Lower totals south of the metro area.