Daily Archives: January 29, 2020

Time posted: 7:27 pm

Wednesday Evening Update

Good evening, folks. Rain and a little snow continue to work from west to east across the state, bringing a little bit of accumulation. That system moves through very quickly, leaving us with a better looking sky for Thursday, but with another system right ready to move in by Friday.

There’s not much more I can say about the wimpy winter system, but I will have your tracking toys in a bit.

The setup for Friday into the weekend looks the same as what we have been talking about for days. One low develops across the deep south and rolls to the northeast well off the east coast. That brings a few showers in here for Friday.

The system diving in behind that can bring rain and a few flakes in here for Saturday and Saturday night…

Temps behind that will surge into the 55-60 degree range for Super Bowl Sunday then into the 60s for Monday and Tuesday. That will come with a wet price, though, as waves of rain increase ahead of a front moving in on Wednesday. Colder air comes in behind that as we watch the potential for another storm system coming out of the south…

Here are your weather trackers for the rest of the day…

Paducah

Fort Campbell

Bowling Green

E-town

Louisville

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Lexington


Covington area

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Florence

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Georgetown

Frankfort

Morehead

Winchester

Maysville

Mt. Vernon

Corbin

Mountain Parkway near Slade

Have a great evening and take care.

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Time posted: 12:13 pm

Wimpy Is The Word

Good afternoon, folks. Our wimpy winter weather maker continues to have very little impact on the weather across the state. The second phase of this system brings some light rain and a touch of light snow to some later tonight, with most not seeing much at all.

I will get to your tracking tools in a bit.

Once this system zips through, things look much better by Thursday afternoon with temps deep into the 40s. The next system continues to look disjointed with one low off the east coast and a system diving in from the northwest. That can bring a little ugly for Saturday…

Springtime temps surge behind that and wind up more than 20 degrees above normal by Monday and Tuesday…

As cold air presses in behind that, the spring temps look to put up a big fight and that could lead to a fairly wet pattern for the middle and end of next week…

I will have the latest on WKYT-TV starting at 4pm and on KWC this evening. I have you all set to track this pathetic taste of winter…

Paducah

Fort Campbell

Bowling Green

E-town

Louisville

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Lexington


Covington area

http://www.trimarc.org/images/milestone/CCTV_06_75_1908.jpg

http://www.trimarc.org/images/milestone/CCTV_06_471_0045.jpg

Florence

No image available.

Georgetown

Frankfort

Morehead

Winchester

Maysville

Mt. Vernon

Corbin

Mountain Parkway near Slade

Have a good one and take care.

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Time posted: 1:50 am

Tracking A Tiny Touch Of Winter For Some

Good Wednesday, everyone. A little bit of winter weather is rolling our way, but it’s really not going to amount to a whole lot. This system is bringing some light rain and light snow to the west this morning before decreasing as it works east. Another weak area of light snow moves in overnight, bringing minor accumulations.

Beyond all this, we have a wild ride for the first week of February. It’s one that will bring some ugly then a full blown case of spring fever.

Our day begins with one streak of light rain and light snow moving into the western half of the state. This weakens quickly as it moves east, but can put down some very light accumulations for some. I will have those tracking tools in a bit.

A second streak of some light rain and light snow develops this evening and moves eastward across the state overnight. This isn’t going to amount to much at all, but it is what it is.

That clears out quickly on Thursday with a partly sunny sky and temps deep into the 40s. Our next system for the weekend continues to look like splitsville with one system going up the east coast with a weaker one diving into our region on Saturday…

That will be followed by a surge of spring from Groundhog Day/Super Bowl Sunday through the middle of next week. Here are your Sunday high temps…

Monday is in the 60s with highs possibly closing in on 70 by Tuesday…

This comes crashing down behind a strong front showing up in about a week.

I will have updates later today, until then, here are your tracking tools to start things out…

Paducah

Fort Campbell

Bowling Green

E-town

Louisville

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Make it a great day and take care.

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