Thursday Evening Thoughts

Good evening, folks. My time is short, but I wanted to make sure and stop by for a quick update on the very active and colder pattern ahead.

Overall, nothing has really changed in my whole thought process.  We get a potent system to develop and more our way later Sunday into Monday. This will likely bring showers and thunderstorms, heavy rainfall, gusty winds, and a blast of cold air.

Here’s how it all plays out on the European Model from Sunday night through Wednesday…

The GFS continues to come west with the track of the low, and each run will likely come a littler farther west over the next day or so…

Check out the cold air surging in behind this storm for Tuesday and Wednesday…

Highs in the 40s are a real possibility by Wednesday.

Another shot of cold then takes aim at the region by Friday into Saturday…

The European Ensembles show another one following that up by Monday and lasting into Halloween…

These cold shots should bring a hard freeze to the region, possibly on multiple days. Can we get some rare early season flake action?

The European Ensembles continue to give us a chance before October finishes…

I’ll throw out another award winning update later tonight. 🙂

Enjoy your evening and take care.

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5 Responses to Thursday Evening Thoughts

  1. Jeff says:

    What’s your thoughts on the NOAA winter outlook for Kentucky?

    • JJTeach says:

      I’m curious too to know CB’s thoughts on that too. Saw a lot of twitter action from it today. Looks like they are going hardcore La-Nina with a warm and wet Kentucky winter.

  2. Coffeelady says:

    Thanks Chris. Yep. Gonna spend part of my last warm Saturday changing from the summer wardrobe to the winter wardrobe…. oh well, guess it has to be, since Its almost November. Have a good evening everyone.

  3. Crystal In Pikeville says:

    Oh no not LA-Nina again.Does that automatically mean warmer winter for us?????

  4. Derek says:

    Also wondering how a weak La Nina could possibly affect our severe weather prospects this winter with moisture and warmth maybe a little more likely to coincide at times with strong dynamic systems. I remember the winter of 08 had an event seemingly almost weekly that also included the big outbreak of Feb. 5th.

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