A cold front moved through the tri-state Saturday and is now just to our south. That means we're on the cold side of the system, which isn't good if you don't like winter weather. A vigorous upper level trough moving in Sunday will mean snow, sleet and rain for the area, with accumulating snow along and north of the Ohio River. Here's where the front is right now:
The trickiest part of this forecast... as it is with every winter storm, is who will see the heaviest snowfall. The latest computer models have areas north of the Ohio River around 1-2 inches with 2-4 inches north of I-64, particularly along US 50. I'd say communities such as Flora, Olney & Vincennes have the greatest chance at seeing around 4 inches of wet, sloppy snow.
Here's the good news... temperatures will warm enough during the afternoon on Sunday that snow will turn to rain and melt most of it. Stay tuned!
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