UPDATE: Snow System Shifting South - Updated Snow Amounts

Above is the latest computer snowfall model from our good friend Meteorologist Neville Miller.

UPDATE: Feb. 28 at 12:18

NEW HAVEN, Mo. - An updated computer model provided by Neville Miller, indicates that the snow forecast is beginning to shift south, which means accumulations for Franklin County may be more in the range of 3’’ to 5’’ with most of it coming today and into tonight.

9:42 - A strong winter storm is slowly approaching the area prompting the National Weather Service to issue a Winter Storm Advisory for most of Missouri.

The Winter Weather Advisor will go into effect at 12 p.m. Saturday and last until 6 p.m. on Sunday.

Snow is expected to begin early this afternoon and continue to fall at a steady pace through Sunday morning.  Periods of heavy snowfall are likely and a mixture of sleet is possible, better chance of winter mix in areas south of Highway 50.

Out latest snowfall computer model, courtesy of Neville Miller, is showing snowfall totals between 3’’-4’’.

These are preliminary models and could change as the day goes on.

Snowfall total estimates by town:

New Haven 3’’
Hermann 4’’
Owensville 4’’
Washington 3’’
Union 3’’- 4’’

We will keep you updated as this storm approaches.

 



UPDATE: Feb. 28 at 12:18


An updated computer model provided by Neville Miller, indicates that the snow forecast is beginning to shift south, which means accumulations for Franklin County may be more in the range of 3’’ to 5’’ with most of it coming today and into tonight.