Posted: Mar 17, 2013 7:50 AM by Meteorologist Ian Oliver
The latest forecast guidance from overnight has come in a little warmer than previously advertised - limiting our snow potential slightly. It still looks like we'll see a period this morning/early afternoon where temps will be cold enough to support a rain/snow mix. Extreme northern KY could see a few hours of heavy, wet snow. Here's a look at the latest thinking for snow totals. In general, a widespread slushy trace up to an inch is possible across the northern third of the Commonwealth, mainly on grassy and elevated surfaces. Slightly higher amounts are possible further north. A change over back to rain late afternoon/evening will wipe out any snow later on.