Winter Storm Warning 2/2-2/3/14

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    nWo's forecast > anyone else's forecast

    Evidence? All of his previous threads vs. everyone else's predictions.
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    Thank you nWo! You and Chris Bailey are the only people I trust with the weather. You are a real asset to this site and greatly appreciated.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ThrillVille Cardinal51 View Post
    Well I wouldn't argue against a snowday the day after the Super Bowl.
    And people wonder why we call this area gods country........

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    Looks like they bumped the predictions to 4-8" around here...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Content1 View Post
    So NKY can expect 1-8 inches "conservatively." Thanks for the reporting nWo and feel better. Appears you have an exciting week ahead of you meteorology wise! I did really enjoy the 50 + degree weather yesterday. I saw my lawn for the first time in weeks this morning.

    Everyone be safe tonight and tomorrow morning!
    I don't know where the 1-8" comes from. I've said 1-2 then upped it to 1-3 with some maybe seeing 4".

    Quote Originally Posted by All In View Post
    I'll have to see this to believe it McPapa, right now its looking and feeling more like 'Another One Bites the Dusting"
    He's absolutely right. Maysville is in the areas where I called for 4-6 inches now. I just checked there is a 30-40% of seeing 8".

    Quote Originally Posted by HammerTime View Post
    The news I'm looking at is calling for 1-2 inches for most of NKY.
    I've consistently said 1-2 but upped my call to 1-3 with some seeing 4"

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    Once again I want to emphasize I'm worried more about those in SEKY they are looking at a significant ice accumulation that could cause power outages. Some parts of SEKY can see up to .50" of ice!

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    let me try to explain why there is such a discrepancy from weather forecaster to forecaster. IMO, some will concentrate on just one or two weather models. Some models are better than others. I hate to say it but the American weather models are 2nd to the European weather model. It really is the best one going because they use the best strongest computers. The NWS here in the United States is supposed to be upgrading their computers and programs.

    When I do my outlooks/forecasts. I try to look at all the models, if time permits. Then try and calculate a happy medium between all of them.

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    Specifically for Somerset, are we looking to be in the "ICE ZONE" or more Rain to Snow?

    Looking like the snow is going to get here quite a bit earlier that first projected by NWS around 10pm instead of 3 to 4am that was projected

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    I got Somerset in the ice zone. Now that is not saying you won't get any snow. Just be prepared for ice and snow.

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    Thanks

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    Jumper_Dad go to this thread and you can see on the radar that the freezing rain/ice is moving towards your area.


    http://bluegrasspreps.com/bluegrassp...ng-271129.html

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    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by sportsfan41 View Post
    And people wonder why we call this area gods country........
    Sailed over my head.

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    Getting it in far WKY right now

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    Looks like about 8 inches on the ground here just outside of Maysville, and a Level 2 snow emergency for the county.

    Not nearly​ enough to satisfy our friend All In. He's not happy at all.

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