Mid-AM Friday update

Okay, the 12z NAM data is coming in and what’s new… is that there is nothing new.   This will be a minor event and it still looks like just about everybody will get less than an inch of snow tonight.  Here’s the 12 QPF field from the NAM valid from 7pm tonight to 7am tomorrow. The first green contour corresponds to .10″ liquid, blues: less than .10″.

You can see how just about the entire viewing area is in the less than .10″ liquid region – which would correspond to less than 1 inch of snow.  A a matter of fact many areas may just get a dusting out of this.  Cold air for tomorrow as temperatures hover in the upper 20s to near 30 for the afternoon.

More later when the entire 12z data suite comes in.

Jay C



About Jay Cardosi

Chief Meteorologist of WLKY-TV in Louisville, KY. Over 20 years of experience and winner of 4 emmy awards for excellence in weather forecasting and severe weather coverage.
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