Okay… like I talked about in the previous post, this system is still trending north on the latest 00z runs of both the GFS and NAM. This is still looking like a light rain to wet snow scenario. If (IF) these latest models are correct, it should be snowing like there’s no tomorrow with those big-fat flakes when we wake up Sunday morning. I still think the models have some more adjusting to do though because the system right now is over old Mexico and the raob / weather data network down there is not the best… and this will affect the output of models (in this case the storm track and it could be substantial). I really don’t think this system is going to “show its hand” until later Friday. But if you are a snow lover (like I am) keep praying to those snow gods. This could the one big snow of the winter season.
here’s the latest NAM snow chart… 6 to 12 inches from Louisville and points south !! Will it happen ?? Certainly possible, but again, I think we’ll still see some adjustments in the overall track of the storm… Have a great night and enjoy Friday’s weather – it’s gonna be a great afternoon !
More during the day on Friday.