Daily Archives: March 2, 2019
Time posted: 8:08 pm
Good evening, folks. A Winter Weather Advisory is now out for the northern parts of the bluegrass state, but doesn’t really match up with any trends from the past few days. Those trends continue with the late day forecast models, too.
Here’s the Winter Weather Advisory…
Three days ago, that would have been a good placement. Right now, it needs to include many more counties to the south of that, especially across the eastern half of the state into West Virginia.
The late day models have my back…
NAM only through 7pm Sunday
Hi Res NAM
Short Range Canadian
New version of the GFS
The regular version of the GFS continues to be the odd man out and maybe that’s the model of choice, but even that is farther south across eastern Kentucky…
A few notes…
- A band of light rain and light snow moves in overnight and can put down some light accumulations in the north.
- The main batch of precipitation moves in later Sunday into Sunday evening. The greatest concentration is across the east and southeast during the later part of the day.
- For areas getting snow, it’s a wet brand of snow that shouldn’t have much of an impact on roads during the daylight hours. Slick spots develop Sunday evening into early Monday as temps crash.
Lows by Monday morning are deep into the teens…
Single digit wind chills show up across the west and central parts of the state.
Make it a good one and take care.