Showers and Storms Usher In Some Chill

Good Monday, folks. We continue to track a system across the Ohio Valley, bringing gusty showers and storms and another blast of colder air to the bluegrass state. This blast of chill will be short-lived though as milder air sweeps in for the second half of the week.

As mentioned, gusty showers/storms are working through here, but this will end quickly from west to east later this afternoon and early evening. Early day boomers may be a touch on the noisy side…

Temperatures will be on the cool side with readings in the upper 40s and low 50s for most of the day. As skies clear tonight, temps will drop deep into the 20s for many areas…

Tuesday will feature sun and colder than normal temps around 50 for many. Throw in a bit of a wind and it will feel a little chillier.

Wednesday through Friday look good with temps returning to the 60s, with a 70+ a possibility…

Southwesterly winds will gust up ahead of a plains storm system. The models have been struggling with how to handle this particular system. Odds favor this storm system bringing showers and some strong storms our way this weekend…

You can see another shot of colder air coming in behind that with snow just to our north and northeast. No thanks

Have a great day and take care.

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5 Responses to Showers and Storms Usher In Some Chill

  1. Jeff Hamlin says:

    Any cold shots now are pretty much transitory, so no big deal. I say we have widespread 80s before long.

  2. Schroeder says:

    Along with severe weather threats followed by an April freeze ? But I hope NOT !

    • Jamie says:

      Not really hearing much chatter about an April freeze. It could be we actually transition into Spring this year. So far, so good.

  3. Russell says:

    Hoping there wont be any freezes and we get some warmer weather.

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