Friday Afternoon Update

Good afternoon, everyone. We have quite the temperature spread taking shape across Kentucky today. Temps in the west and north are pretty cold, while the south and southeast are just chilly. This contrast likely carries us into the start of the weekend, but it’s next week that we are focusing on.

The east coast storm system won’t influence our weather, but a series of systems diving in behind it will. That could bring a few light rain or rain/snow showers in here early next week…

The setup I’m more interested in is from late next week through early Thanksgiving week. The pattern is primed for a couple of big storm systems that can produce winter weather. The overall pattern argues for it, but the individual models can’t handle such a busy pattern.



I’ll see y’all for another update this evening. Until then, have a great day and take care.

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9 Responses to Friday Afternoon Update

  1. Rodger in Dodger says:

    Those systems look like rain and backside flurries at best. Long ways out but it’s only November. Rodger’s just hoping the nearly 2″ he got last Monday night isn’t the season’s “biggest” snow. Rodger in Dodger

  2. Mike S says:

    It’s way too far away to be teasing. Teleconnection patterns do not convince me of anything significant for the entire region yet, winter-related. Why didn’t we see a Euro run this time?

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