Good Thursday evening to one and all. Another dreary day is wrapping up here in the bluegrass state. Chilly temps in the 40s with showers and drizzle will be common this evening before some drier air moves in tonight.
The focus will then shift toward another system developing across the south Friday. This storm is expected to turn up the east coast with accumulating snows for the mid atlantic and northeast. This should impact our weather Friday into early Saturday.
Light rain will work northward into southern and eastern Kentucky Friday. Some of these showers may sneak into the bluegrass region. The model battle is over as the GFS now mirrors the European Model with the Friday rains…
The low responsible for the rains will deepen across the Carolinas by Saturday morning. Colder air will work in behind the low and parts of southeastern Kentucky may get in on a mix of rain and snow or some light snow.
The NAM snowfall forecast shows this…
We will keep an eye on that. You will also notice the snowstorm for parts of West Virginia and Virginia. That could extened all the way into the northeast. Wow! Is this really October?
Enjoy the rest of your evening and take care.