4 P.M. Tue., Feb. 19, 2019
Models continue warming trend
Latest NAM, HRRR and RAP models all show a warming and later arriving rain system tonight. Onset now looks to be 10 P.M. or later tonight. Wouldn’t be surprised if precipitation begins as a brief period of snow and/or sleet but quickly changes to rain. No snow accumulation and no icy road road problems.
Rain will be heavy at times tonight and again late tomorrow. Models still pointing to around 1.5″ to 2″ by tomorrow evening.
Indiana snow forecast has changed. Southern one-third of IN will see anywhere between a trace (near the Ohio River) up to an inch or two near Columbus before the change to rain. The northern two-thirds of the state could see 4″+ totals, especially east of I-65.