Monday Afternoon Update

Good afternoon, everyone. It’s a gorgeous fall day in the bluegrass state with more nice weather through the middle of the week. This nice stuff comes with even chillier temps. By the end of the week, the pattern gets back to active with a DEEP trough being carved out across our region. That will spawn a couple of big storm systems.

The pattern was always going to throw a big trough our way for the end of October, but the remnants of Category 5 Pacific Hurricane Willa ups the ante on the trough.

Check out all energy rotating through the deep trough…

The Canadian continues to be the most phased with the surface system, but not as much as last night’s run. Notice how it still spits out a monster storm with another system developing as energy dives in behind it from the northwest…

The European Model takes this massive system up the east coast from late Thursday through early Saturday…

This also shows the next system quickly diving in from the northwest by late weekend into early next week…

The GFS continues to show its progressive bias with systems across the south and east, but it’s trying to get to where it needs to be. It also shows the system diving in behind the main storm…

For us, all of this means gusty winds, chilly temps and rounds of rain. There’s an outside chance for a flake with the second system moving in late weekend and early next week.

Enjoy the rest of your day and take care.


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One Response to Monday Afternoon Update

  1. Coffeelady says:

    Thanks Chris. Have a great afternoon everyone.

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