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  1. I wanted to start this a few day ago, but posted February maps in the other one instead. Lets hope the cold returns after the warm up and may be the battleground be ever in our favor.
  2. With multiple model runs of potential snow coming Sunday evening into Monday for the region, I figured I'd go ahead and start a thread. We have several potential storms to track in this period and these threads will help keep them centralized and separate. The last 24-36 hours of model runs have been showing a good potential for a snow event in Tennessee or Southern Kentucky. A frontal boundry will pass the area bringing rain and behind it, colder air will filter into the region. This cold front will stall out somewhere to our South and East. A wave of Low Pressure will form and ride along the front. As of now the track looks to go from Southern Alabama into Central or North Georgia. According to how far the front sags is how far south air cold enough for frozen precip will make it. The GFS this morning puts it very close to the KY/TN border, while the NAM is slightly further south. The rain snow line will waffle around for the next several days. On the change over line there is a high potential for both sleet and freezing rain to occur. The HPC updated their day 3 graphic to this. The 06z NAM snowfall map shows the extreme potential of the event for someone, The HPC official stance as of now is for Kentucky to be in the better area for snow, but for Ice in this area.