Daily Archives: March 23, 2018

Time posted: 7:28 pm

A “Fine Line” Winter Storm

Good evening, folks. It’s a beauty of a weather day wrapping up, but Old Man Winter ready to throw another punch at #teamspring. A winter storm moves in later tonight into Saturday, and I’m calling this the “fine line” winter storm. Why? Because a few miles will make all the difference between heavy snow or heavy rain.

Even within the snow area, there could be some spots coming in on the lighter side, with other areas coming in on the higher end. Here’s the current call…

Again, those lines are adjustable, depending on exactly where this narrow snow band set sup. It’s not just the southern edge of this either. The northern edge may also be VERY sharp in terms of a cut off. I can assure you, the cut off will not be a perfect match to the map above. 🙂

Heavy rain across the rest of the state may cause some local high water issues.

A Winter Storm Warning is now out for parts of north central and northeastern Kentucky, with a narrow Winter Weather Advisory surrounding that…

I will hook you up with all your tracking tools with my late night post. For now, here’s regional radar to track rain into the region…

Enjoy the evening and take care.

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