Thursday Evening Thoughts

Good evening, everyone. I wanted to drop by to update you guys on the cold moving in for Friday and a winter pattern taking shape as we head toward Thanksgiving.

I have no changes on the cold coming in tonight through early Saturday. This is a heck of a shot across the eastern part of the country…

I’m wondering if we can get some flurries to start Friday in the east? That gives us 20s by  Friday morning with afternoon highs staying below 40 for parts of central and eastern Kentucky. 20s show up Friday evening with low 20s by Saturday morning. Wind chills will hit the teens at times…

Clouds roll in on Saturday as a system works toward us by Sunday. That will bring chilly showers across the state through early Monday…

For many, highs this weekend are only in the 40s.

That system is zipping through here a little faster than I thought because another system quickly takes its place by late Tuesday and Wednesday…

For a while now, I’ve been pointing toward the lead up to Thanksgiving as a period to watch for winter weather potentially showing up. The ensembles have been on this for the past week or so, now we find the operational models joining the mix.

The European started the trend last night and keeps showing it today…

The GFS looks like the European for next weekend with a deep trough digging in here…

Look what it follows that up with for Thanksgiving week…

Watch the cold shots take aim at us…

Again, we are seeing the GFS now looking like what the ensembles have been suggesting for the past several days. Could this be another coup for my analogs? We shall see, but odds favor a cold turkey week across our part of the world. Can we get something to go along with the cold? Very possible.

I will update things later tonight. Enjoy the evening and take care.


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One Response to Thursday Evening Thoughts

  1. Terry says:

    Sounds good! It looks like a “blocking party” coming up with nao going negative.

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