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The Snow Forecast is Getting Snowier

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Chris Bailey’s updated forecast paints a white picture for tomorrow.  The storm will cover the region late tonight into tomorrow and will dump substantial snowfall in every corner of the state.  One model puts the average snowfall in Lexington at 15 inches (GASP!).

It should be a doozy, so load up on your bread and milk and stay warm Kentucky.

Article written by Nick Roush

"Look upon the doughnut, and not upon the hole." @RoushKSR

8 Comments for The Snow Forecast is Getting Snowier



  1. Mikey Likes It
    3:21 pm January 21, 2016 Permalink

    Never gonna happen! His numbers always seem high. I think he’s just an enthusiast.



  2. jasonl
    3:30 pm January 21, 2016 Permalink

    Actually, he is usually fairly accurate when it comes to the larger snow events. He uses multiple models and doesn’t just rely on one for everything.



    • Mikey Likes It
      5:05 pm January 21, 2016 Permalink

      To be fair when someone gives you a range that big its hard to say “they’re wrong”



  3. chicago_cat
    4:10 pm January 21, 2016 Permalink

    Will prolly get 2″ and shut down til February.



  4. BlueDeuce
    4:14 pm January 21, 2016 Permalink

    66 and partly sunny in south Texas…ya’ll have fun!



  5. jaws2
    4:33 pm January 21, 2016 Permalink

    Let’s hope he stays in line with the only job in America that can be wrong 50% of the time and stay employed. Excluding of course anyone doing government work.



    • thabeast
      4:45 pm January 21, 2016 Permalink

      ^^^^The most accurate thing I’ve ever read



    • Jaxson
      6:02 pm January 21, 2016 Permalink

      That’s true, but meteorology is based on the government. All any of the local weathermen/women do is issue weather advisories and make forecasts based on information provided by the National Weather Service, which is part of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), which is part of the US Department of Commerce. Go Cats