Daily Archives: April 19, 2013

Colder Than Normal Temps Continue

Good Saturday to one and all. Our weekend is here and things are starting off on a very chilly note across the bluegrass state. This cold air mass continues to trend of an overall pattern that’s been skewed colder than normal since late February. Guess what? We have another blast of cold on the way later next week.

Temps to start today and Sunday will be down on the frosty cold side of things with low 30s. Highs today will only hit the low and middle 50s under partly sunny skies. Low to mid 60s will be with us on Sunday.

Temps make a run toward 70 for Monday and Tuesday as winds begin to gust up. Those winds will be ahead of another strong cold front that brings showers and thunderstorms back to us by Tuesday night and early Wednesday. Check out the chill coming in behind this front by Wednesday Morning…

Euro 2

Readings may end up being similar to what we’ve had over the past 24 hours. We won’t be alone with the below normal readings…GFS 3

The pattern will become ripe for a big time storm to roll across the Ohio Valley by next weekend or into the following week. The European Model likes the end of next weekend…

Euro 3

Have a great day and take care.

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A Chilly Wind Follows The Storms

Good Friday, everyone. Our strong cold front will continue to work eastward today as showers and thunderstorms end quickly from west to east. Gusty winds will continue to blow today and will usher in a legitimate chill to the air to kickoff the weekend.

Afternoon readings will range from 50-55 across much of the state as clearing works in. That clearing will set the stage for a cold night ahead of us. The same can be said of Saturday night as temps head toward the lower 30s…

GFS

Overzealous green thumbs may be a little on edge over the next few mornings.

We will have quite a bit of sunshine this weekend with highs in the 50s for Saturday and 60s on Sunday. Outside of the chilly mornings, this looks like a pretty good next few days. Temps will warm toward the low and mid 70s by Monday and Tuesday as another cold front approaches from the northwest.

This will deliver another threat for booming thunderstorms by Tuesday night…

GFS 3

Chilly air will then sweep in for the middle of next week. All in all… the next 10 days will average below normal…

Euro 2

Have a great Friday and take care.

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