UpdateDecember 27th, 2012 at 10:21 pm by Chad Evans under Chad's WLFI Weather Blog
If we can really get some good clearing of these low clouds going, as some models indicate, then some freezing fog will be possible with frost overnight. There is some question whether this will happen. Will stick with partly to mostly cloudy wording & mention potential of some freezing fog in the forecast for tonight-early tomorrow morning. Where skies have totally cleared in western Ohio, temperatures have dropped to as low as 12 degrees as of 10:47 p.m.! We definitely have a blanket over us with the clouds!
GFS is now showing merger over our area with a 1-4″ snow & up to 6″ of snowfall in southeastern Indiana………………….NAM does not with much less in the way of snow for Friday night-Saturday morning, but shows 2-6″ in the southern part of Indiana.
There is also a tendency per model solutions for this thing to really blow up into a significant storm in the Northeast, or perhaps a Nor’Easter with heavy snowfall & wind.
Will keep 1″ or less wording for nearly entire area, except far north where 1-3″ wording will be used for that Friday night-Saturday morning time period.