Sunday Evening Thoughts

Good Sunday evening. Things continue to progress nicely toward a little taste of winter as we roll into Monday night and Tuesday. Our weak moving system rolls into town by Monday evening and continues into Tuesday morning.

There isn’t a ton of moisture for this system to work with and the actual area of low pressure is pretty weak. That combination means light rain develops Monday evening then ends as a period of light snow for some late Monday night and Tuesday morning. There may be just enough to put down a slushy, light accumulation on the cars, rooftops and grass.

The GFS shows what I mean…

That’s just enough to remind us that winter is on the way. Speaking of… I will get my WKYT version of the winter forecast on here at some point this week. For those commenting in the last update… the forecast said the majority of our snow would come from mid January through mid February. ;)

I’ll see you guys later tonight. Have a great evening and take care.


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10 Responses to Sunday Evening Thoughts

  1. Wes says:

    So, the month of December will not be wintry?

  2. Tom N Lincoln says:

    We got all of 2 inches last year at my place. I dont see it getting any better this year either. Its gonna be just like last year in that “Just wait till next week”. Deep sigh.

  3. Cam the Man says:

    I think this winter will be like 2002-03. December 2002 was relatively quite compared to mid-January to mid-February 2003. People, just say no to ‘wadded panties’…

    • Chris Mercer says:

      I seem to remember having several inches of ice and snow in Lexington on December 4 and 5 2002. Also, never had a snow greater than 3 inches that entire winter even though temps were brutal. Minus 7 in January of 2003 (I don’t think we have eclipsed that temp since then).

  4. Gayle smith says:

    How much accumulation will we get tomorrow night?

  5. SK says:

    Sigh…all I want is a snow day relatively soon! Teachers like snow days better than students! Haha!

  6. Matthew says:

    How do I access the NAM snowfall total map? I can’t find it anywhere.

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