Daily Archives: January 25, 2020
Time posted: 2:40 pm
Good afternoon, everyone. It’s a very blustery day in the bluegrass state with a few passing flakes. As we head into the evening, we will see a little uptick in the flurries and snow showers, with the greatest potential in the north. After this, we have to more systems potentially impacting our weather in the coming days.
Temps are generally in the 30s with wind chills in the 20s through the rest of the day. As mentioned, some hit and run snow showers will be noted this evening…
A few morning flurries are possible Sunday, then we may catch a small amount of clearing. Following that, a weak system moves in late Sunday into early Monday. This can bring a little light rain and a touch of light snow with it. The greatest chance is across the southern half of the state…
A larger system tries to come out of the Gulf of Mexico late next week into the weekend. Where this goes remains to be seen, but it’s part of a very active storm track which you can see on the EURO into the start of February…
Time posted: 2:07 am
Good Saturday, everyone. It’s a blustery day in the bluegrass state as a few snow showers get into the mix. These snow showers won’t amount to a whole lot, but it’s better than nothing for winter weather lovers. As we look ahead, the active setup continues with eyes on a better setup for next weekend.
The snow shower action comes and goes today and we may even have a few rain showers in there at times. Temps are in the 30s with a wind chill in the 20s. Overall, today is a blustery day.
Our best chance for some hit and run slushy, light accumulations will come after the sun goes down this evening. That’s when there is a little extra lift to get a few more snow showers going. Still, not everyone will see accumulations and those who do will mainly see it on elevated and grassy surfaces.
Another weak system zips in late Sunday into Monday and should bring rain and a touch of wet snow…
Mountain Parkway near Slade
Make it a good one and take care.