Breaking Down The Setup

Good evening, folks. Dreary weather continues across the bluegrass state as much colder air filters in from the northwest. This air will grow colder into the coming days with the chance for a few flakes in the south and southeast. As we look farther down the road, there’s a winter look developing as we end February and begin March.

Let’s start with the evening rain that continues to show up a little heavier in the south and southeast…

Wednesday features a mix of clouds and sun with temps in the 40s.

As far as the Thursday southern system, the NAM continues to bring a little light snow into the far south and southeast…

The GFS also brings light snow into the southeast…

The Euro is just south of the state…

After a cold and dry few days, temps come up closer to normal by Saturday as we wait on the next system to arrive on Sunday. This is the first of two systems showing up as a winter looking pattern tries to settle in. The Euro has a bit of a mix with the first one and some snow with the second…

The Canadian agrees…

As the President of #teamspring, I do not like the looks of the pattern through the first half of March. The Ensembles are showing up with some frigid temps…

The snow map through the first few days of March…

You knew this was going to happen!!!

Enjoy your evening and take care.


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6 Responses to Breaking Down The Setup

  1. Jim B says:

    Hahaha, no worries spring lovers, seeing green, changing the screen…. rain, rain, rain

  2. Matt says:

    Meh..,The sun angle is high enough now that if we do get snow it will be gone in no time.

    • BubbaG says:

      Yep, at best an ankle biter, so gone in a few hours. We had a blizzard a few decades ago the week before spring, but that was advertised way ahead- but nobody took it seriously.

      We have even more data now and forecasting seems to suck more. Garbage in, garbage out, perhaps.

  3. Sam says:

    If we received the snow the models predicted 10 days out we would probably get around two feet every year.

  4. Marsha says:

    Sorry Chris but this not the winter I’ll be live it when I see it but your still my favorite weather dude

  5. William Webster says:

    I am president of #teamwinter and love it chris. Spring will eventually get here.

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