Noah, too early to call for it today... School officials will have to assess tomorrow morning. Unfortunately
, our forecast is still a tricky one with this system.
Cindy, Elsmere will begin to see snow between 10 and noon tomorrow.
Hi Cindy, snow should last all afternoon and evening, before exiting Saturday morning 5 a.m.
Mike, our computer forecast models are able to give us a precipitation estimates based on data that is ingested in them every 6 hours. We take those data points, along with current observations to give us a best estimate. That's why we've been very cautious in our estimates. And we've been clear saying there will be fluctuations.
Jennifer, I'm not seeing anything to remotely support 8-12" here. That total is expected around Lexington, but our highest totals are 6-8"+ for areas of southern Adams, Mason, Robertson, and Bracken counties.
Snowing, I have Mt. Orab in the 2-4" estimate right now.
Ryan, a shift north is still possible, so we're constantly looking for it. Right now, our confidence is moderate that the track won't shift any farther north... however, stay tuned ;)
Kelli... the models just aren't agreeing with each other. They're are some that give all of us substantial snow, then the EURO, one of the most reliable shows 1/2" for Cincinnati. Until they all agree, the confidence is low. Hopefully things clear up today! :)
Kylie, YES! The best/most accurate forecast always comes the day of the event.
Sabrina, Mason/Lebanon shoul dexpect to see 2-3"
Wendy, the earlier the better. Snow will be flying in central KY as early as 1-2 a.m.
Kortney, snow will begin Middletown's best chance for snow will be between 3 p.m. and midnight.
Thank you for your questions, everyone!