A Nice Day Before Another Wet Setup

Good Saturday, gang. It’s a MUCH better weather day taking shape across the region as cooler, but drier air blows in. This nice day is ahead of another wet weather maker rolling in late Sunday, kicking off another very active weather setup through next week. That’s a setup that can lead to more strong storms and heavy rains.

Our Saturday starts off on a cold note with temps around or below the freezing mark. A mix of sun and clouds will be noted this afternoon with temps ranging from the middle 40s to the middle 50s. It’s all about where you live.

Much of the daylight hours on Sunday are dry with temps in the 50s. Clouds will increase as another system moves in from the southwest. This brings rain into the region from late afternoon and into the evening. That wet weather maker kicks into high gear Sunday night into Monday…

The system that follows that up by later Tuesday and Wednesday will be more potent and should produce heavy rain and a few strong storms…

Temps behind this soar deep into the 70s for the second half of the week. That’s when we have to be on guard for a severe weather signal from the plains states into the Ohio Valley. This is a healthy trough ejecting out of the west during this time…

I will throw you another update later today. Make it a good one and take care.

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4 Responses to A Nice Day Before Another Wet Setup

  1. Schroeder says:

    Thanks Chris for all your hard work. Down to 35 degrees this morning and hoping we will get plenty of Sunshine today and a nice milder afternoon. Storms so far this Spring have not been severe for my area, just a lot of rain. The Arctic continues to be a good study as temperatures are well below normal with heavy areas of snow and ice over a large area. The Polar Low this morning is just north of Hudson Bay and continues to remain quite strong. Anyone that’s interested you can find on the Ventusky web site. Make it a great Saturday everyone and don’t worry we will get through these trying times.

  2. Bobt says:

    Nothing like being stuck at home in gloomy and soggy Kentucky. A little sunshine would help this ugly time in history but we are in the wrong part of the country for that.

  3. Andy Rose says:

    Temps were no where near freezing in my area today the low was 44 and the high 46 and we have had 0 sun

  4. Bill C says:

    38 degrees and cold rain at 2 pm in Lexington, nasty day so far

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