Daily Archives: November 1, 2019

Time posted: 7:45 pm

Friday Evening Update

Good evening, folks. November is here and it’s starting off on a clear and cold note across the good old bluegrass state of Kentucky. This overall pattern is skewed colder than normal, with the potential to go much colder than normal on occasion through the middle of the November.

We do have another front dropping in this weekend, but it’s moisture starved as it arrives Saturday. There is just the smallest chance for a shower going up as the boundary moves through.

The next front then makes a run at us by Election Day, but that shouldn’t have much of an impact. It’s the system coming in behind that for the end of the week and it will have the greatest impact of the next week. Arctic air looks to fill in behind this front that should have a wave of low pressure along it. That has a chance to bring a winter weather threat our way later in the week…

Watch all the cold shots lined up to invade the country through the middle of the month…

With the cold temps, the potential is there for some snow showing up from time to time around here. The European Ensembles are showing this over the next few weeks…

The Canadian Ensembles are drunk…

Canadian Molson has a kick to it. 🙂

Have a great evening and take care.

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Time posted: 1:34 am

Kicking Off A Cold November

Good Friday, everyone. We’ve made it to November and our pattern continues to look pretty darn cold for this time of year and may even include more winter weather chances. All of this following a wild month of October across the Commonwealth and surrounding states.

Let’s start things out with today and roll forward. The morning may begin with some lingering clouds across the eastern half of the state. Those clouds may hang around long enough to keep temps lower in the east than everywhere else. Most areas are in the 40s for highs today.

Another cold front drops in here on Saturday. This is a moisture starved boundary, but may have just enough juice to kick off a rain or snow shower across the north at some point.

One more front makes a run at us late on Election Day, but it’s the system coming in behind it that I have my eye on. This one could bring a major shot or arctic air into the central and eastern parts of the country by late next week into the following weekend…

The arctic front dropping in may be accompanied by a wave of low pressure that could bring a winter weather threat…

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The longer range models continue to keep a colder look. The Canadian Ensembles through the middle of November keeps the cold shots coming…

The European Ensembles do the same and show snow chances pretty far south during the same time…

If we look into November as a whole, the CFS Model has temps solidly below normal for much of the country…

I’ll throw you another update later today so check back. Have a good one and take care.

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