The warm air looks to be winning out on the computer models for the system coming through tomorrow and Thursday. Rain should start tomorrow evening and transition to snow showers by Thursday evening. I think we're in for a half inch on the ground by the time Friday morning rolls around, but we could see up to an inch if temperatures drop faster than expected. The precipitation graph on the left was generated from the 18z GFS using BUFKIT, and it shows well how the rain (green bars) switches over to snow (gray bars) on Thursday evening. We may have some road problems on New Year's Eve as the wet roads freeze, so be careful out there!
If you live in Southeast Louisville, particularly the suburbs of Jeffersontown, Middletown, Fern Creek, and Hikes Point, open up the Neighborhoods section of the Courier-Journal tomorrow. They're running a follow-up article on the one they published about my website back in January. This follow-up article may also run in an abbreviated format in other Neighborhoods sections around East Louisville, so be sure to check your paper even if you don't live in the suburbs I mentioned. I'll be sure to post a link to the online version once it becomes available on my website, blog, and Twitter/Facebook. Thanks again to the Courier-Journal for writing these articles!