Daily Archives: November 8, 2018
Time posted: 7:30 pm
Good evening, gang. If it’s the third update of the day, it must mean some winter weather is on the horizon for Kentucky and surrounding areas. This mid-November setup is a cold one that will throw a couple of snow chances our way.
The first possible flake maker comes Friday night and will be preceded by a decent rain maker tonight and Friday. Regional radar will track an increase in the action this evening…
Temps take a big time tumble from late afternoon into the evening on Friday. Skies may dry for a bit then some wraparound moisture swings in from the northwest. That should be in flurry form, but the Hi Res NAM continues to show a few snow showers…
That’s likely overzealous with the snow shower action, so let’s just go with a few flurries for some areas.
Nothing has changed with the potential system early next week. It’s a storm that rolls out of the Gulf and up the east coast. That may bring a swath of snow to our region later Monday into Tuesday…
New version of the GFS
It’s a little crazy here at WKYT at the moment with us on lockdown and the bomb squad in the parking lot, so I gotta run. Have a great evening and take care.