Daily Archives: March 27, 2019
Time posted: 1:32 am
Good Wednesday, folks. We continue to see gorgeous weather across our part of the world, but a weekend system will bring some ugly changes. Between now and then, temps will be taking off, giving us a full blown spring fever outbreak.
Highs today will reach the upper 50s to low 60s in most of central and eastern Kentucky under sunny skies. This is another “wow” looking day.
Thursday finds temps even milder with a few spots making a run to near 70. A few clouds will increase, but the dry weather likely continues.
That dry weather may change Thursday night into Friday with scattered showers and thunderstorms creeping back into the mix…
That doesn’t look like an all day rain by any means, but it could cause a few issues for outdoor activities.
A strong storm system rolls into the Great Lakes on Saturday, dragging a cold front across Kentucky. Winds will be very gusty with widespread showers and thunderstorms around. The current trend is for a faster moving front than the past few days…
Strong storms are possible ahead of this front, with much colder air coming in behind it. That colder air shouldn’t last very long with a quick rebound into next week. That kicks off what is likely to be a warmer than normal April for much of our region. The GFS Ensembles show this milder pattern taking hold into the first of the month…
Have a great day and take care.