Sunday, January 25, 2009

Ice Storm Update

South-central Kentucky: Mainly a sleet and freezing rain mixture. Ice accumulations of around 0.25" will be possible, with possibly some rain mixing in at times on Tuesday near the Tennessee border.
Although there is increasing confidence in this winter storm, any slight change in the track will impact precipitation type and amounts.

Once OHX issues a Graphical WX Outlook, I will post it too. For areas north of I-40, we need to keep a close watch on this situation as it looks to hit us head-on. Fred, Matt, and I will be watching this system closely and I will post an Ice precip. map later on tonight with also my own update at that time.

1 comment:

Ryan Hoke said...

The Louisville NWS map looks pretty good at the moment. I think that mainly ice/snow line may shift north a little bit, but not more than a county or two. Ice is definitely the most dangerous form of precipitation (besides grapefruit-sized hail), so stay safe!