Good Monday afternoon, gang. It is Monday… isn’t it? With the crazy weather, it’s easy to lose track of the days. Our winter storm is winding down across southern and eastern Kentucky this afternoon. It’s leaving behind the most widespread snow and ice of the season and now comes the bitter cold.
Roads will continue to be snow and ice covered through the day and it may not be until late Tuesday or Wednesday before many of them improve. Temps this afternoon will struggle to get out of the teens with gusty winds making it feel much colder.
Readings tonight will drop into the single digits. The NAM numbers…
Looking toward the later part of the week, we find a storm coming out of the Gulf and riding up the east coast…
It would not take very much correction of the models to bring that farther west into the bluegrass state. Here’s hoping that is not the case and that bad boy stays well to our east.
Temps will moderate, but this is going to be a colder than normal March. Have we seen the last of the snow? Probably not.
Thanks for all the snow and weather reports over the past few days. You guys rock. On a related note… I am a happy camper with how the forecast worked out. Dealing with all 4 precipitation types is a challenge, but I feel good about how things played out. Shew!