The models have became a little more consistent with the amount of precip. The track is still uncertain of the system. Based on the data in now, the track of the system will leave the largest snowfall to the southwest of Dayton. As you head farther north and east, the lower snowfall totals. Areas like Butler County could see a few inches, and the rest of the area backing off from that just a bit. It is still very early to forecast numbers for this, since it will start in the morning/midday on Saturday, so I will be back on later tonight with numbers, since I know that is what everyone loves to hear!
Well I just wanted to check in real quick. I am headed down to the National Weather Service office. There is a huge meeting today put on by them with every broadcast meteorologist that has jurisdiction out of Wilmington NWS meaning: Dayton, Columbus, Cincinnati, and a few others. It should be a lot of fun to be honest. Talking about how to inform the public better of severe weather and other topics that others would not get excited about unless they understood the Law of Thermodynamics or quasigeostrophic winds..... Haha, I will be back on later tonight, until then, GO CAVS, and have a good one!
Andrew Buck Michael