Good evening, gang. It’s another colder than normal day that we are wrapping up across the bluegrass state. This continues to be part of our spring of discontent, featuring a lot of below normal numbers and record setting snows. Can we change this up anytime soon?
Temps tonight will head below freezing in most of the state, with some upper 20s leading to another freeze. The rest of Friday looks really good as highs make a run into the upper 50s and low 60s. Skies will be mostly sunny, so enjoy a nice start to the weekend.
The rest of the week had a decent look to it, especially Saturday. Highs on Saturday should reach 60-65 for most of Kentucky. Clouds will slowly increase from west to east, ahead of a slow-moving system rolling across the southern Mississippi Valley. That system will then throw some rain our way later Sunday into next week.
Watch how a cold front dropping in from the northwest, combines forces with that southeastern storm, lifting it up along the east coast…
That’s a setup you would normally see in winter. Shocking, I know. It will lead to a continuation of the colder than normal temps through the rest of April. Sigh.
I will look toward early May and a possible “flip” in the pattern with my next update. Make it a good one and take care.