Tuesday Afternoon Update

Good afternoon, gang. Our clipper is pushing into the area, bringing a round of chilly showers with it. By now you know this is kicking off a very active pattern that’s loaded with storm systems. The next one is aimed at us later this week into the start of the weekend. That one brings a lot of rain and the potential for winter weather.

Let’s start with what’s going on today and roll forward. Showers will become fairly widespread across central and eastern Kentucky. Here are your radars…

I have no real changes to my thoughts on the late week and early weekend system. The models continue to figure out the whole evolution of this dual system. Here’s the GFS…

The Canadian

As far as the Thanksgiving Week systems are concerned, the GFS sees the two storms and really wraps up the first one far to the west…

As if things weren’t active enough, we have a rogue tropical storm in the Atlantic. Say hello to Sebastien…

cone graphic

That shouldn’t have a big impact on the overall pattern, but I still don’t like seeing that this late in the season.

I will have another update on KWC coming this evening and I’ll have the latest on WKYT-TV starting at 4pm. Until then, make it a good one and take care.


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6 Responses to Tuesday Afternoon Update

  1. Prelude says:

    In my opinion this is just typical November weather to me. Rainy raw and chilly, Ups and downs nothing to get excited about

  2. Mike S says:

    I guess I always thought of a Clipper being accompanied by strong or gusty winds ahead of and behind the area of low pressure. Been fairly calm here but looks like winds are gusting over 20 mph in western Kentucky now.

  3. Dr.wx says:

    Chris was wondering about your comment about not liking seeing a hurricane form this late in the season? Does it represent a overall pattern trend for the upcoming winter? Tnx.

  4. Ricvice says:

    Chris was wondering about your comment about not liking seeing a hurricane form this late in the season? Does it represent a overall pattern trend for the upcoming winter? Tnx.

  5. Mike S says:

    It is still hurricane season, runs from June 1 through November 30, but hurricanes for our part of the world can still occur outside of these times

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