Good Wednesday, folks. Colder air is showing up today, but this air only grows colder over the next couple of days. That’s also when a southern system tries to bring a little snow to parts of southern and southeastern Kentucky.
As all of this is happening, the pattern is threatening to take on a full blown winter look as we wrap up February and roll into March. 🙁
Let me begin with today and push forward. A mix of clouds and sun will show up as temps reach the 40s. If clouds are a little thicker in some spots, temps may struggle even more.
The Thursday system zips by to our south, but comes just close enough to throw a little light snow into far southern and southeastern Kentucky. It looks like the far southeast has the chance to put a little snow on the ground.
The NAM and GFS are very similar in showing this area getting the best shot at some snow…
The EURO is also on board for a little light snow in the south and southeast..
For the rest of the region, a mix of sun and clouds will be noted with temps in the 30s for highs. That sets the stage for a cold Friday morning as temps reach the teens.
Saturday’s weather looks really good as temps make a run at 50 with a mostly sunny sky. Clouds roll in Saturday night ahead of our next system. This brings rain in here on Sunday, but there’s a small chance for a bit of a mix. This takes us into Monday and will be followed by another system a few days later. That one may take on more of a winter look as it unleashes a really cold pattern…
I will have another update later today. Make it a good one and take care.