Daily Archives: March 2, 2019

Time posted: 1:17 pm

Saturday Afternoon Update

Good afternoon, everyone. We continue to watch a developing storm system set to bring snow to the region on Sunday. In the overall scheme of things, my thoughts have not changed since the last update. I don’t know if that’s good or bad. 🙂

I’m still rolling with this…

Again, tomorrow’s system is going to have to fight off thunderstorms across the deep south. Those storms will interrupt the moisture supply into Kentucky, which is partially why you’re seeing the numbers higher to the west and east of us. Even across the state, holes of “not much” will show up.

The midday computer model runs find the European closest to my ideas…

The Canadian is in the same ballpark…

The new version of the GFS continues to be the most amped up, but is farther south…

The GFS isn’t even close to being as juicy as the above models…

The WPC has just about the entire state in the slight risk of seeing 4″ snows…

The best chance for slick travel comes after dark Sunday and into Sunday night. That’s when temps tank into the teens and low 20s.

Expect advisories to go up soon…

Frigid temps will be noted for the week ahead, with another system possibly bringing winter weather back into the region by the end of the week. That would be followed by another system and cold shot next weekend…

Canadian

New GFS

I’ll be back with another update later this evening. Make it a good one and think #teamspring! 🙂

Take care.

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