Monday Evening Model Talk

Good evening, folks. We continue to see colder air creeping in from the north as we turn our attention toward a weak system for Wednesday and Wednesday night. We are likely to see a little bit of light accumulating snow from this, but it’s still up in the air on just how widespread that can be.

Before we get to that, some flurries will fly later tonight and into Tuesday as temps hang in the 30s.

Earlier, we found the NAM Fam having little model support for the Wednesday light snow, but it now has a new friend… The Euro.

Here’s the late afternoon run of the Hi Res NAM through 1am Thursday…


The Euro was way south with the precipitation in it’s earlier runs, but is now showing a swath of light snow…

The GFS still wants no part of this…

So, we shall see what the evening and overnight models show, but there’s the chance for a light snowfall for some by Wednesday night. Stress the light. 🙂

The weekend setup remains the same with a system diving in from the northwest and a low coming out of the deep south. These two do not look to meet up as of now…

That’s close, but no cigar!

I will update things later tonight on WKYT at 11 then on KWC later. Have a good one and take care.




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4 Responses to Monday Evening Model Talk

  1. Terry says:

    Too much green…let’s cool these temps down some, if only we had the power and could.

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