Monday Evening Update

Good evening, gang. It’s a dreary and chilly day wrapping up across the bluegrass state. This seasonal brand of chill holds tough for much of the week, but big changes are in store for the weekend. A huge storm system will cause some issues in our region, before a winter looking pattern settles in.

Before we get to those big changes, we have a cold front to deal with on Wednesday. This front will bring more chilly rains to the region through early Thursday. This will be a little heavier and more widespread than our Sunday front…

Temps behind this front will take a bit of a dip again for Thursday. Highs from the NAM show this well…

From there, it’s all eyes on the big weekend storm system. The GFS now seems to have a very good handle on the evolution of this bad boy…

That’s trending more toward the Canadian Model in terms of intensity and the winds behind it.

Behind that weekend storm system, northwesterly winds MAY try to produce a few flakes around here into early next week. The exact wind direction will come into play on this, but it’s something to watch for. The GFS ensembles show this potential…

 

The GFS then shows our next plunge of cold coming Tuesday night into Wednesday of next week…

The GFS Ensembles have been very consistent on the weekend cold leading us into a very cold Thanksgiving week. Check out the temperature anomalies through the holiday weekend…

The same model run does show an increase in the flake potential during the same time…

I will see you guys tonight for another update. Make it a good one and take care.


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