Here Comes Another Big Temp Crash

Good Tuesday, folks. It’s a warm and windy day taking shape, but another big time thermometer crash is moving in here tonight and Wednesday. This is all part of a very active setup that will bring additional major fall systems our way over the next few weeks.

As always, let us begin with what’s going on today and work forward. Highs will be in the 70s on a gusty southwest wind. Those winds may reach 30mph at times late today into tonight as our cold front sweeps in here. A scattering of showers and storms may develop ahead of the front today, with the main action arriving along the front.

Here are your radars to follow along with the action…

Low clouds may hang tough into Wednesday, especially across central and eastern Kentucky as a strong northwesterly flow kicks in. This would keep our temps way down, with some areas struggling to get out of the 40s. Watch how the NAM handles the temps…

The wind chill digits from that same run will have you grabbing a thick coat…

Clouds may linger into Wednesday night and that could keep temps up just a bit. If the clouds break, temps will be in the frosty cold low 30s. Thursday is sunny and chilly with temps mainly in the 50s. Lows by Friday morning could drop into the upper 20s in a few spots.

This takes us into the weekend and a warmer wind that will be blowing. This should cause our temps to bounce back pretty quickly with a few mild days taking shape. Showers and a few storms increase on Sunday ahead of a major plains storm system. This rolls into the Great Lakes by Monday and Tuesday, bringing a big increase in showers and storms with a temp crash to follow…

Strong storms will be possible ahead of this system and winds could REALLY crank.

This is part of the active setup that will lead to a pretty cold setup for the final two weeks of October. Watch these shots show up…

I’ll throw you all another blowout post later today. Make it a good one and take care.


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