Good Friday, folks. Our severe weather maker has pushed out of the state with much better weather replacing it today. Unfortunately, there’s some ugly rolling in for our Saturday as another rain maker settles in. In true Kentucky winter fashion, this is mainly a cold rain with the potential for some flakes in the north.
Early morning showers and storms move away from the southeast today, with mostly cloudy skies taking over. Temps will be in the 50s.
Saturday looks ugly with rain rolling in from west to east. Temps are very chilly and it may be just cold enough for some mixed rain and snow in the north.
That shows up on the models…
Sunday looks pretty nice with highs back into the 50-55 degree range with skies becoming partly sunny.
Once into early next week, temps really begin to take off on a strong southwest flow. A couple of scattered showers and storms will be possible. That action increases later in the week as a big plains storm system develops. Ahead of this, temps may surge deep into the 70s around here.
The overall pattern continues to be skewed wetter than normal for the next few weeks…