Wet Wednesday Evening Update

Good evening, folks. The first day of November is bringing soggy weather to the bluegrass state, and this is a sign of things to come. I haven’t been shy with talking about this wet pattern setting up for early November, and I continue to beat that drum.

Showers continue to push across the region this evening as temps rise from south to north…

Thursday looks to feature much milder air with mid and upper 60s for many. Local 70 degree temps are possible for areas getting in on some sun. Much of the day features a mix of sun and clouds with the threat for a shower or storm around.

Thunderstorm chances increase on Friday as a weak front moves into the region. Those showers and storms hang tough into Saturday, at least in scattered fashion. Temps continue to run very mild.

A strong cold front moves in with showers and storms on Monday…

That front then puts the brakes on, allowing for the potential for very heavy rain to setup on top of us. The setup features a ton of cold air across the northern half of the country into Canada and a warm pattern across the south…

A lot of rain may fall across the state next week. The European Model is blowing up…

The GFS is also latching on to this setup, including much colder air coming in behind it…

This wet pattern has been well telegraphed for a long, long time.  Our region is likely to be the target for some big rain and snows through the upcoming winter.

I will talk more about all that later tonight. Enjoy your evening and take care.

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3 Responses to Wet Wednesday Evening Update

  1. Coffeelady says:

    Thanks Chris. If we get that much rain next week there is going to be a lot of problems in flood prone areas! Hope it is a bit overdone! As usual, always look forward to the next post, no matter what the weather! Have a pleasant rest of the evening, all.

  2. Snowteach says:

    Thanks Chris! We are still faithful followers here in Putnam County WV.

  3. JJTeach says:

    Looking forward to hearing more about these “big rain and snows” with the overnight update Chris! Thanks for keeping us informed as always.

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