Monday Evening Update

Good evening, everyone. We continue to watch a big time cold front working in here from the west. Temps are near 60 ahead of this, but are dropping more than 30 degrees behind it. Gusty winds are stirring up some showers and perhaps a rumble of thunder.

That’s what you all are here to talk about… Right? 🙂

The potential for snow and some sleet is what’s getting everyone’s attention for Tuesday and Tuesday night. I’ve made some minor adjustments from earlier on the snow map, shifting things just a little southeast…

That’s not the final call by any means and I will change it up again as new data comes in this evening. I will have that on WKYT-TV at 11.

The models still aren’t playing nice with one another. The GFS continues to have the most widespread snowfall of any of the models…

The Short Range Canadian is a little east, but it’s snowy…

The European Model continues to be more progressive and toward the lower end of the snow numbers…

The European Ensembles is similar…

The NAM continues to look choppy and has the least amount of overall coverage of any model. It still spits out some 3″+ totals…

I will update things later tonight and through the day on Tuesday. Here are your evening tracking toys…

Make it a good one and take care.


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13 Responses to Monday Evening Update

  1. Terry says:

    Well it is safe to say Chris quickly scratched the WST! Oh well, if I can get an inch, I want complain. If I can that is.

    I hope Jimbo gets a surprise inch like we both did back in November. Melva too! Pattern isn’t right as the oscillations faked us on December. Maybe things get better. At least it isn’t quite as wet or as warm as last year. It could be worse as even Troy has an inch on the season already!

    • Terry says:

      Just what we want for December…thunder. looks convective out towards west and central TN. Too bad not T-snow instead!

    • Debbie says:

      Yeah, we had about 2″ or so in Bardstown earlier in Nov., which was a real shocker, to say the least. I just hope that isn’t it for me this winter, or you or anyone else wishing for lots more! 🙂

      • Terry says:

        I think we do much better than last year by March. I don’t think we will have an epic winter by any stretch of the imagination, but as they say, it only takes one storm:)

        Overall, I think we could at least have a few ankle biters this winter but who knows.

    • Jimbo says:

      I have had numerous warm days in November and so far December. Day before Thanksgiving was 73. The past two days have been in the low 60’s. Nothing remotely Winter like since that Veterans Day snow and cold snap. If and that’s a big “IF” anybody gets accumulation, they better enjoy it fast. The cold is brief maybe 36 hours before the warm air and rain are back. On a side note. Has anyone noticed how shutdown the lake effect snows have been the last several years?

  2. BubbaG says:

    CB, looks like your site is getting hijacked by and ad in the background and routing to a Flash download.

    As far as the models, seems the trend is SE KY, based on what you posted tonight.

  3. Jim B says:

    Like I said, Euro!! Trends folks, it’s not changing

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