Daily Archives: January 25, 2019

Time posted: 7:36 pm

Friday Evening Update

Good evening, everyone. We continue to watch a couple of light snow makers working toward the state for the weekend. Then, the bottom falls out as we head into next week. That’s behind an arctic front that will also throw some snow down in our region.

The best chance to see some light snow and flurries over the next few days is across the northern half of the state. The GFS is farthest north….

The Canadian is farthest south…

The first round of light snow and flurry action arrives overnight and you can track it here…

Next week continues to look very harsh for much of the country as the Polar Vortex rolls into the lower 48…

That’s what is pushing our Monday night arctic front that will have a big band of snow behind it. A weak wave of low pressure tries to develop along that front as it presses into central and eastern Kentucky, especially. If you’re a snow lover, that’s exactly what you want to happen.

The European Model continues to do just that…

Make it a great evening and take care.

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