The model shift overnight continued to ease east -- that move is ushering in plenty of cold air, but taking precip with it.
Instead of looking at models with .5 to .8 of liquid falling - a 4-6 inch snow storm -- we are now down to the .2-.5 range -- more like 1-3 inches.
Still not a bad consolation prize, of course. And to wit, the National Weather Service has issued a Winter Storm Watch for Cleveland County and other counties to our east.
You'll notice, though, that we are the western most county in the watch area -- never like being "on the edge."
The 12z models will be crucial -- if the east trend is arrested and current model projections are close, we won't walk away empty handed.
But if the models continue to trend east, we will end up with little to nothing in the way of snow.
Also, this is a rare time when KM and Grover stand to do better than Casar in this storm -- the farther south and especially east you are the better.
Full update after the 12z model run late this morning.