Evening Thoughts On A Wednesday

Good evening, everyone. It’s a calm and cold evening, but the focus is on a very active setup starting Friday and continuing into next week. That brings a lot of ugly weather with a bigger storm system threat for late Sunday and Monday.

The first system rolls in here on Friday and may have a touch of freezing rain on the leading edge of that, especially in the valleys. That would quickly change to plain old rain and continue through Friday night. A second system follows that up on Saturday and brings rain and a touch of snow with it.

Here’s how the NAM sees these two systems…

The GFS offers up something similar…

The storm coming behind this continues to look like a potential Ohio Valley winter storm. That could impact our region with all forms of precipitation.

The European Model is following the outline of what we talked about in an earlier post…

The GFS continues to be the lone wolf in strengthening this storm and working it all the way into the Great Lakes…

I’m not saying that can’t happen, but it’s the least likely solution to verify. Plus, it’s the GFS. 🙂

Have a great evening and take care.

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5 Responses to Evening Thoughts On A Wednesday

  1. Which Way Is the Wind Blowing says:

    Low will probably run across southern Indiana.
    That seems to be the norm with this kind of setup.

  2. BubbaG says:

    Looking like mainly cold rain and finally some frozen stuff- just as most of the moisture has already headed NE.

  3. Brandon says:

    any thoughts yet on what we may see for christmas….warm,cold,wet?

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