Thursday Evening Update

Good evening, everyone. The blog is having a few issues today, so posts are having a tough time showing up. If you’re reading this, let me know how you’re doing so.

Even with the issues, the weather never stops. We have a light rain maker working through the state late Tonight into Friday. We’ve covered that one pretty well in recent days.

The setup for early next week continues to suggest heavy rain, gusty winds, a temp spike, a big temp drop, some snow and arctic air. How this all unfolds will keep changing on the models. Here’s how the late day run of the GFS is looking…

You can see how the model slows that front down and allows a wave of low pressure to bring a stripe of snow across central and eastern Kentucky.

The GFS Ensembles are in more of a giving mood and provide much of the region with a better snow chance…

The pattern behind that is loaded with winter weather potential as arctic shots start to take control. Throw in a very active storm track and ya never know.

This continues to be a very cold pattern in the overall scheme of things. The GFS Ensembles continue to show some strong negative temp departures…

Make it a great evening and take care.


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18 Responses to Thursday Evening Update

  1. Michael Carson says:

    Your link on twitter is how I am receiving the blog today. When I go in through kyweathercenter.com I see old posts.

  2. Charles says:

    Twitter

  3. Marsha says:

    Chris I had to go on your twitter and click on the link you had for thrusday evening update

  4. Erin Bagwell says:

    I do not have an update since your 2:12 am but I am able to scroll through your Twitter feed on the right bar and click the link to get to the newest ones.

  5. Debbie says:

    Chris, the blog was having trouble updating/loading last night(for me, at least) for the early evening blog, this morning & didn’t even see the afternoon one today. Usually I hit refresh and it will switch over, but had to do that, AND also click on the KWC banner at the top of this blog.

    Liking the chances of the white stuff in coming weeks! 🙂

  6. Hello Chris. I clicked on the link you provided in your Twitter feed to view this. It resolves the URL to: http://kyweathercenter.com/?p=38868 That is the direct link to your evening post. For some reason when you go to http://kyweathercenter.com the web browser is not pulling up your newest post as it used to. I have noticed this for a couple of days now.

    Thanks for keeping the posts going and the pattern sure does look very interesting as December rolls on.

    Lester Rhoads
    Burlington, KY

  7. Andrew says:

    I looked for the update on your twitter feed.

  8. Prelude says:

    Only way I’m getting to the view your updated post is by clicking the link on your Twitter.

  9. Jeff Irvin says:

    I’m reading it on my iPad at home on WiFi.

  10. Np says:

    I had to click on your Twitter account to load this post not showing up on website

  11. Jeff Irvin says:

    Yep Twitter link.

  12. Bob says:

    I’m reading it with Firefox on a macbook.

  13. Lance Kirkland says:

    I had no problem reading your post. I just clicked on your link.

  14. Which Way is the Wind Blowing says:

    I was able to read your post.

  15. Mark says:

    Chris, I accessed this post by clicking on the link you shared on Twitter. If I click on my KWC bookmark, it still loads the post from early this morning.

  16. Which Way is the Wind Blowing says:

    I read it through my Twitter link.

  17. toney says:

    the only way i can get on the updated blog is by clicking on your twitter feed.

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