Tuesday Evening Update

Good evening, folks. I wanted to drop by for a quick update on where our weather pattern is going in the coming days. It’s basically a setup out of November that continues to roll on, bringing much below normal temps into the region, with frost and freezing temps a good bet.

Patchy frost is possible later tonight as skies clear, but the best chance for widespread frost comes Thursday morning. Temps will hit the low 30s for many areas.

Rain moves in quickly on Friday and takes us into early Saturday. The blast of cold coming in behind this front is sharper on some models than others. The latest European Model has a sharper trough diving in Saturday night and early Sunday…

That run is trying to spit out a few flakes during that time…

That’s something the GFS was showing a few days ago, but it’s backed off that look for now. Still, both models are bringing a healthy shot of cold into the region for Sunday and Monday.

I’m going to continue to focus on the final week of October for the potential for a slow-moving big storm system across the eastern half of the country. That signal is healthy on the Ensembles…

Enjoy the evening and take care.


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3 Responses to Tuesday Evening Update

  1. Wilson says:

    With this slow-moving storm, what are the expected precipitation types?

  2. James says:

    Is it going to be snow?

  3. Amanda Roberts says:

    Can you make an app, already?! We are already devoted fans, but between October-March, we are Chris Bailey fanatics and check the site daily as your blog is our weather bible. Who do we need to hit up to get the KY Weather-Bailey app rolling? Keep rocking! Much love.

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