Valentine’s Day Update

Good evening, gang. Here’s hoping your Valentine’s Day is going well. Old Man Winter is going to pay a small visit to southeastern Kentucky tonight and early Wednesday. That could leave some snow behind, but the overall focus of the forecast is for a full blown case of spring fever.

Rain across southern Kentucky continues this evening and we have already had some flakes mixed in. The southeastern corner of the state may pick up on some slush by early tomorrow morning. The NAM looks a little overzealous with the snow map…

NAM

The highest elevations will have the best chance of picking up on some wet snows to start Wednesday. Here are your evening trackers…

Temperatures by Wednesday afternoon will hit the upper 30s to low 40s for most areas.

Milder winds will then kick in on Thursday as temps hit the 50s in the west and upper 40s to near 50 elsewhere. Much milder air then surges in here for Friday with most areas topping 60 degrees…

Euro 3A weak system will increase clouds on Saturday and may throw a shower our way…

Euro

 

 

Highs this weekend will be in the 60s and may hit 70 by Sunday, if the clouds get out. From there, it’s game on for potential record highs…

Euro 2

The interesting thing about computer forecast numbers in this setup is… They are usually underdone. Spring it on! ๐Ÿ™‚

Enjoy the evening and take care.


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6 Responses to Valentine’s Day Update

  1. Ron Mcdaniel says:

    Need to have winter before we can have spring!! If not it’s going to be a hot, humid and buggy summer, that I am not looking forward to!

  2. Jeff Hamlin says:

    70s are perfect for a stogie and bourbon on my back porch after cleaning up the patio a bit. ๐Ÿ™‚

  3. Adam says:

    I hate spring!!! I’m moving to Maine where it snows and don’t have to depend on wraparound flakes!!!!

  4. Bobt says:

    I like the forecast. If no snow, then make it an enjoyable day.

  5. MelT says:

    Horrific damage to fruit tree crops if the blossoms all pop and then get froze. This early warming isn’t a good thing.

  6. Jeff Hamlin says:

    It rained in Mt. Vernon where I work, so the radar was NOT wrong afterall. ๐Ÿ˜‰

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