Saturday Evening Post

Good Saturday evening to one and all. The feel of winter was in the air today across the bluegrass state. Thermometers were even colder than what I thought and that’s saying something. 😉 Speaking of winter, our next system is likely to bring a touch of it our way by Monday night and Tuesday.

Low pressure will track just to our south and this will bring rain and snow into the region by late Monday evening. The rain/snow line looks to set up right across us and where that sets up could be the difference between rain mixing with snow or a few inches of slush.

Each model run that comes out continues to show the northern half of the state having the possibility of some accumulating snow. The latest NAM is rather aggressive…

The European Model shows our low rolling eastward across Tennessee by Tuesday morning…

That’s a colder look that some the GFS and NAM and MAY mean a little better chance at snow farther south.

I’ve talked about this being a rain ending as snow system for almost a week and I continue to like that scenario, at least. I must say, the closer we get to this thing, the better the chances are of squeezing out a slushy accumulation for some.

A full update comes your way later tonight. Enjoy the evening and take care.

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9 Responses to Saturday Evening Post

  1. rolo says:

    that a perfect track for snow for all KY almost. man. good sign as the low earlier on was going basically up the OHIO RIVER

  2. Joey Wilson says:

    Yeah, good track to the south of us, but not enough cold air like there would likely be in Jan or Feb to take full advantage of it. Regardless, it will be fun tracking this little storm this early in the season. 🙂

  3. Todd says:

    22 degrees in Frankfort, middle teens should be here by morning, that is pretty darn cold for so early in the season!

  4. WXman says:

    LMK is joining the party now. They are talking snowflakes. 🙂 Meanwhile, GFS continues to make a very strong case for a dusting Tuesday morning.

  5. Emma (Knott County) says:

    What will that mean for SE Ky? I know our area always seems to be a sweet spot for snow when it comes to the radar, but the last few storms we have had have just left a dusting where I am at! Excited to see more snow this season!

  6. TONEY says:

    does any one know the website to the weather chat room in ky. i had it book marked but somehow i deleted it. thanks for your help

  7. Marshall J says:

    Chris, days like today should make you feel really good! None of the Northern Kentucky weather stations have said a word about even the possibility of snow until today! You’ve been sounding this alarm for more than a week!

  8. Danny says:

    Looks like prime zone for flakes to fall will be the I-64 corridor. Louisville and points east could get a dusting at very best.

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