Good Tuesday, folks. Here’s hoping this update finds each of you in tip top shape and enjoying another mainly sunny day in Kentucky. As we inch closer to the middle of the week, a weak system is ready to dive in here from the northwest, bringing a few chilly showers with it.
After that blows through, temps will turn milder for the weekend, but it’s another active setup lurking for next week.
As always, let’s start with the precious present. Highs today range from the low and middle 50s for many, but a bit of a breeze will make it feel like the under. Skies stay very pretty.
Winds really gust up on Wednesday as temps rise a few more degrees. Clouds will increase in the afternoon as our system sweeps in from the west and northwest. That’s a chilly shower look for Wednesday night and early Thursday…
The NAM is trying to make this a little bigger storm and tugs down much more cold air as it produces a big winter storm in the northeast…
That kind of setup may actually produce some flakes not too far from us.
Temps rebound quickly behind that departing system and make a run into the 60s this weekend. It continues to look very windy as a southwest flow kicks in.
I’ve been talking about a bowling ball type pattern for a while now. That’s a pattern that essentially throws big storms across the country in a west to east fashion. That kicks in next week and can bring some ugly weather with it. The trend is for a colder system…
Guess who ain’t happy with that look? Yep… #teamspring.
Enjoy the day and take care.