George... right now the track has stopped shifting south. There was a slight wobble back to the north with the morning and early afternoon data, but not significant enough to change our current snow estimate.
Brittany... right now, I have not seen anything to change the totals for Warren Co.
Natalie... For areas south of Greater Cincinnati, it will begin between 8 and 10 am. Greater Cincinnati should see it begin between 11 and 1. North of
... Cincinnati.. should begin after 1 p.m.
Sidney, Boone Co can expect to see the snow begin between 9 and noon. Not sure about a snow day since it will develop late in the morning.
Jeff, Mt Washington could see 2-4"
Jennifer, still some uncertainty as models are not agreeing, but feeling a little more confident about 2-4" of snow for Union. Timing, that hasn't changed, and it still looks like 9 to 11 a.m. to start there.
Karen, Grant Co can expect it to start between 8 and 10 a.m.
Hi Hannah! There's a good chance for incoming flights, and outgoing to be disrupted. Snow will become most widespread during the evening and overnight. I would anticipate some delays.
Melissa, Goshen could see around 2-3" of snow
Dan, I would say yes, but with the uncertainty, I think it would be wise to wait until tomorrow morning to make the decision.
West Harrison is on the lighter side of our forecast. Right now, it looks like 1-3" there.
Savannah, Independence can expect to see snow beginning after 10 a.m. and lasting all day. Right now, the estimate is 2-4".
Julie, I wouldn't say snowed in, but some disruptions are possible. Right now, the estimate for Cincinnati is 2-4". Next week, we do have snow chances, but right now, those appear minor.
Chand, Westwood is looking like 2-4". It'll begin between 11 a.m. and 1 p.m.
Hi Tim! Right now, there was a slight wobble to north with the early morning data. There's a chance it could fluctuate. This type of system can completely crash a forecast by a tiny little move of 50 miles or so. That's why we're being cautious with our snow estimates.
Nick, all kinds of math and physics go into weather forecast models. A ton of algorithms and equations. Also, current observations of weather go into the models too. It is VERY complicated, ha!
Hi Kelly! The problem with this storm is our computer models are not agreeing day to day with the track of the center of low pressure. Some were north a few days ago, then they went back south, and then this morning, they went back north. Every move of the center will dramatically increase or decrease our snow amounts. The changes have the sharp cutoff of snow totals going right through the Tri-State, so the numbers have been inconsistent up until today.
Jennifer, yes this will be all snow. Temperatures will not pass 32 tomorrow afternoon. It don't see the rain/snow/ice line moving north of Lexington tomorrow, so we're all snow in NKY.
Megan, snow will already be accumulating south of Lexington by 6 a.m., with a chance for ice along the TN/KY border. If you could leave even earlier, that would be better for you!
Megan... conditions only get worse during the day from Cincy south to TN.
Kayla, Middletown will be on the lighter side of the storm. Estimates right now are 1-2". It could be even less if the track of the storm shifts south... something we're watching very closely.