Wednesday Evening Update

Good Wednesday evening. I wanted to drop by for some updated thoughts on how things are looking for next week. We have a pretty big change coming up over the next 7 days and this leads into a wintry setup.

Temps over the next several days will warm into the 50s and then hit the 60s late weekend into early next week. A couple of showers will be possible this weekend as clouds increase.

A strong cold front looks to have a ticket for the bluegrass state by the time we hit Tuesday night. This front swings through here and may drop our temps by more than 30 degrees in less than 24 hours. Some of the models also suggest a thunder to snowflake scenario…

That’s the GFS and it has actually been leading the charge with this cold shot and other models are now coming around to a similar scenario.

Those same models are also going toward a bigger shot of cold air diving in here by the following weekend…

Check out that air moving out of southern Canada and diving southward. I continue to highlight the December 7th-14th period for a big, big change toward winter around here and for much of the eastern half of the country.

Enjoy the evening and take care.


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2 Responses to Wednesday Evening Update

  1. Pierce says:

    Great post Chris. I agree that the middle of the month holds a period that could go wintry.

  2. MarkLex says:

    Just read through all the comments as I usually do but don’t comment quite as much as I used to…..

    Hey Endlesswavz – I read your comment about looking out yesterday morning and it looked like something straight out of a Stephen King novel! That’s so true. It was freaky and beautiful.

    This year has been DRY overall. We’ve had so many dry fronts with not much rain at all. Last year was unbelievably wet. So hopefully the pattern will flip flop and it’s about the time for it to do so.

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