Daily Archives: June 24, 2017
Time posted: 1:45 am
Good Saturday, everyone. Tropical Depression Cindy caused all kinds of issues across the bluegrass state on Friday. From flooding rains of more than 5″ to down trees and a possible tornado or two, the system did exactly what I thought it would.
Now, it’s time to look ahead toward a VERY cool weather pattern settling in. This may give us record lows into the first half of next week.
The cooler pattern starts today with upper 70s to low 80s with a mix of sun and clouds. Temps drop into the evening and overnight, with readings near 50 by Sunday morning. Highs will be in the middle and upper 70s.
Another weak front drops in from the north on Monday and could spawn a few showers. Temps behind this front are almost as cool as you can get around here for the end of June. Check out the GFS high temp forecast on Monday…
Tuesday morning lows from that same model are pretty amazing to see…
Record lows are a strong possibility if skies are clear. Wow.
Temps will stay below normal into most of next week, with the models trying to tap another cool shot down the road. Watch the temperature anomalies from the GFS through 4th of July week…
That’s cool to see… Literally. 🙂
Make it a great day and take care.