Updated Friday at 2:30 PM..... All of the new forecasts will be coming out shortly. I will have a more detailed post later this afternoon.
Checking the latest models....
The NAM gives us a solid 2-4 inches of snow.
The RAP has a warm thickness but the 850 temps go cold enough for snow. Several inches possible.
The GFS has at least a couple inches for Louisville.
The Euro looks cold enough for snow.
I am hearing rumblings it may be too warm.....I do not agree. It may start as rain and then go to snow by late evening especially from Louisville on north.
Paducah sent this out about an hour ago.....
FELT COMFORTABLE RIDING WITH THE ADVISORY FOR NOW...FOR ROUGHLY 2 TO 4 INCHES IN A CORRIDOR SIMILAR TO OUR LAST SYSTEM...PRIMARILY NORTH AND WEST OF THE OHIO...DROPPING OFF SOUTH OF THERE. SOME COUNTIES IN THE EVANSVILLE TRI STATE...ESPECIALLY SAY PIKE...SPENCER AND NEARBY COUNTIES...MAY BE PUSHING THE 4 INCH CRITERIA FOR A WINTER STORM WARNING. FOR NOW WILL GO WITH THE NOTION ISOLATED HIGHER AMOUNTS WILL BE POSSIBLE. IF THIS EVENT WERE GOING TO BE ALL SNOW...WITH SURFACE TEMPS 1-3 DEGREES COLDER...WE WOULD HAVE THE CONFIDENCE TO ISSUE A WARNING OVER PARTS OF SOUTHERN IL INTO SOUTHWEST IN. JUST NOT QUITE THERE YET.