Thursday Evening Thoughts

Good evening, folks. Clouds and winds are increasing across the region ahead of our potent storm system rolling in for the weekend. This is going to be high impact storm system for the entire region.

A couple of showers and storms may develop across areas of western Kentucky this evening as winds continue to crank. Here’s regional radar to track the action…

The setup for Saturday continues to be ugly for millions of Americans. Our storm will have high winds and severe storms ahead of it and a snowstorm and ice storm behind it…

This future radar shows a line of storms working across the state from west to east Saturday into early Saturday evening…

High winds will be likely with this setup…

With or without thunderstorms,those winds can cause some issues on Saturday.

Let’s try to change it up, shall we? The models continue to show a major pattern realignment starting late next week through the following week. Watch all this on the European Ensembles…

The latest run of the GFS goes crazy with the cold. These are the low temps showing up…

Make it a great evening and take care.


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8 Responses to Thursday Evening Thoughts

  1. BubbaG says:

    If the cold air were further south already- anybody want to guess where that ice storm would be?

  2. Prelude says:

    A week away in winter means between now and March.

  3. Bobt says:

    Winter may finally show up in mid-January. I highly doubt it has any staying power considering that warm has been the theme for over a month now .

  4. Dave says:

    Sooooo what about the 70 MPH winds? Guess now we skip to the next weeks storm lol. Winter is over before it began.

  5. Dave says:

    These models are trash 95% of the time. It’s always slanted toward cold or excessive rain or excessive winds. Or snow porn. Face it folks. Kentucky is 95% 45 degrees until March or April and then the torch.

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