Updated forecast on storm


I’m expecting snow to develop Thursday across the region temperatures may spike above freezing for a few hours across the south and east but come down quickly once precipitation starts thu an all snow event. One streak of snow moves along I-64 overnight Wednesday night getting into Lexington and Louisville for the Thursday commute around an inch of snow is expected as this streak moves across I-64 by noon Thursday. With temperatures in the 20’s roads will become slick and hazardous quickly.

WRF Radar thu am

light snow will continue with the main shield of snow approaching the region behind the low and frontal boundary. notice Thursday morning an area of heavier precipitation over northwest Arkansas this where there is the best lift in order to produce precipitation thus higher totals and heavier snowfall rates.


by Thursday evening this region slides northeast into southern Kentucky.


Overall from late Thursday afternoon till the late hours Thursday night this should be a about a 6 hour period of moderate or light to moderate snowfall on the order of 2-4 inches with local amounts to 5 inches. By Friday morning temperatures tumble from the highs near 32 Thursday afternoon to the mid 10’s by friday morning. Friday we don’t reach 20 for highs. Kids another 3 weekend is likely for most of you.

snowfall total map

region 1: 3-6 inches of snow starting Thursday morning heaviest snow from early evening in LOU to after midnight for Ashland.

region 2: 2-4 inches of snow most of Thursday dry, southern portion of region 2 may see rain at start quickly change to snow which would cancel locally higher potential

region 3: snow develops thursday evening from west to east with the main period after a dry thursday. That burst of snow tracks from Arkansas into this region allowing for the chance of locally higher totals up to 5 with 2-4 inches in most locations.


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