Good afternoon, everyone. It’s a nice, crisp February day in progress across the bluegrass state as we turn our attention to a southern system. This will take a snow swipe at far southern and southeastern Kentucky on Thursday. That’s a very close call for a little snowfall.
The models are showing the fine line we are walking with this system.
The NAM is the biggest lover of snow in the southeast…
For the rest of the region, temps will be on the cold side with temps in the 30s and a mix of sun and clouds. That sets the stage for a very cold night with reading in the teens by Friday morning.
Saturday looks like a really good day. After a cold start, temps make a run at 50 with sunny skies. The next system rolls in here Sunday with rain increasing from west to east. That takes us into Monday, with another system rolling in by the middle of next week. That one has more of a winter look…
I won’t have an update this evening because I have to be out of town, but I will update things later tonight. Make it a good one and take care.