It's looking like our snow accumulation totals may be slightly higher here in Louisville than what I was thinking yesterday. The new 12z NAM and 6z GFS computer model runs have shifted the track of the storm slightly southward, which in turn gives us some of the heavier precipitation here in Louisville that Southern Indiana was supposed to receive. Check out the snow accumulation map from the 12z NAM below:
My latest thinking for Louisville is a 2-4" snowfall with possibly 5" just to our north. We'll watch this storm closely... the rain starts this afternoon and changes to snow early tomorrow morning. Watch out for gusty winds tomorrow and Monday!