Daily Archives: October 2, 2011
Good Sunday afternoon everyone and thanks for dropping in on the center. Temps this morning tanked into the low and mid 30s for much of the bluegrass state. This gave us the first frost of the young season and this was a bit ahead of schedule.
My other maps from the last post weren’t updating. Here is a look at the mesonet low temps from this morning…
You will notice some of the coldest temps right in the middle of the frost advisory doughnut hole. I have only one thing to say about that.
(doughnut and donut are both correct)
The rest of today will feature temps in the 50s for central and eastern Kentucky. Some clouds will increase in the east and these will work against the grain and slowly spread west. Some showers to our east will also drift in tonight into Monday.
You can see these here…
Indian Summer is coming this week! That will give me some calm weather to do some more winter weather research and that also means I will share some winter things with you guys this week. Spread the winter word!
Have a great rest of your Sunday and take care.
Good Sunday everyone. Our day is off to a frosty start across much of the bluegrass state as the coldest air of the season does its thing. Let us know the weather where you live and tell us just how low your thermometer got. As always… we have you set with some tracking tools and an update on the pattern ahead.
We start things out with Breaking News. A new anti frost shield has been installed across the Interstate 65 Corridor from the Louisville metro all the way to the Tennessee border. This cutting edge technology, developed by the NWS in Louisville, has green thumbs in that region smiling from ear to ear as it is keeps the frost away. Check out the Frost Advisory map below to see just how powerful this technology is…
Yea… I am kidding about the anti frost shield. I was just trying to give them an excuse for that silly doughnut hole of a Frost Advisory.
Temps to start out the day will run in the low and mid 30s for most of the state. Areas with clear skies can hit 32 or a bit lower early this morning. The eastern part of the state may end up being a bit milder than everywhere else because of more in the way of clouds.
Follow the temps here…
Much of the region will be dry today with more clouds in the east, where a chance for some showers will be possible. Highs will range from the low and mid 50s for the central and east to the low to mid 60s in the far west.
A better chance for showers will work in from east to west late tonight into Monday as our closed low throws a weak disturbance our way. Highs for Monday will reach the low 60s east to 70 west.
Indian Summer is coming for much of next week with highs in the 70s from Tuesday into next weekend.
Don’t forget to post your low temps. Have a great Sunday and take care.