6:00 pm Update: increasing totals for Louisville overnight

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For now I’m going to leave the other regions alone and let things play out. however two things stand out which require a raise of the totals at LOU. 1. the RUC is now printing out .5 qpf in LOU, while overdone it has me concerned. 2. radar trends are showing the precipitation moving into southern Indiana

radar

Central Great Lakes sector loop

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11 Responses to “6:00 pm Update: increasing totals for Louisville overnight”

  1. jonb Says:

    Mitch do you see the possibility of dynamic cooling taking place in SE KY during the overnight hours?

  2. jonb Says:

    Mitch do you see dynamic cooling taking place in SE KY during the overnight hours?

  3. jonb Says:

    Moderation. Mitch do you see dynamic cooling in SE KY during the overnight hours?

  4. jonb Says:

    Mitch do you see possible dynamic cooling in SE KY overnight?

  5. mitchg Says:

    starting to changeover sooner than expected in lexington metro. This may require a upward trend in totals. NAM qpf trended down though from 18z run.

  6. mitchg Says:

    rasing totals for the bluegrass is a few based on 00z nam and changeover reports .

  7. jonb Says:

    Mitch, hearing the storm is moving slower than expected. How will this influence SE KY totals?

  8. jonb Says:

    Moderation moderation moderation…Mitch, do you still see a possible winter storm from the 1st-3rd of feb.?

  9. jonb Says:

    Mitch do you still see a possible winter storm from the 1st-3rd of feb.?

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