Saturday Evening Update

Good evening, folks. I promised to drop by for an update and that’s exactly what I’m doing. Don’t let it be said I’m not a man of my word… Most of the time. 🙂

It’s a busy setup and I’ve got a lot of maps to share, so let’s get after it.

Scattered showers and storms are out there this evening, but we aren’t seeing a big coverage of the action…

Sunday is a very warm and windy one, with a severe weather outbreak just to our north. Here’s the latest outlook from the SPC…

All of that congeals into a line of strong to severe storms that sweeps in here Sunday night and early Monday…

We will need to be on guard for some damaging winds, especially in the north.

That front then stops across southern Kentucky, allowing for a wave of low pressure to develop along it Monday night and Tuesday. That system should be able to produce a swath of very heavy rains across the state…

As that low passes east on Tuesday afternoon, temps crash from northwest to southeast…

The rest of the week is seasonably cold with the potential for additional showers as systems skirt by just to our south. One of those may still try to develop into something a little bigger.

The next system works in here for the weekend and early next week, with the Canadian being the deepest and coldest of the bunch…

The European Model keeps trending stronger with this system and is just a little colder than before…

It will be interesting to watch the trends for that system as we get closer to next weekend.

The European Ensembles did a great job in giving us a 2 week heads up to the late October snowflake potential, and they are saying “heads up” over the next 2 weeks…

Last night, I posted the longer range European Ensembles showing a cold setup for early December. The latest run of the CFS shows a similar setup…

I’ll see you guys back here later tonight. Make it a good one and take care.


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3 Responses to Saturday Evening Update

  1. Virgil E. says:

    Dreading the winter ahead…wish I could hibernate

  2. Strummer says:

    Virgil, I am right there with you! I appreciate a good snow like anyone, but when you have to be out in the stuff regardless of the icy conditions like some of my family has to be, that enjoyment turns into pure worry time for me.

    And then, when Bubba mentioned a whiile back about concerns about ice this winter, my worrying and dread just goes into overdrive!! So yep Virgil, hibernating sounds like a perfect answer! LOL!❄️☃️ If we could just have the snow without the ice…

    Hope everyone stays safe in the upcoming storms Chris is warning us about! Thanks so much, Chris, for keeping all of us informed!!

  3. Coffeelady says:

    Thanks Chris. Reading you from outside of the beautiful
    I’ll city of Strongsville, OH…just a stones throw from Cleveland. Been keeping an eye on this blog tomorrow as we get ready to head back for home. Counting on updates and radars to keep us safe and I know you will do just that. Have a pleasant rest of your evening everyone.

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