Good Saturday to one and all. The cold air arrived right on cue behind a strong cold front on Friday. Gusty winds and scattered showers helped usher in the blast of cold that hangs with us through the weekend.
Temps today will only be in the upper 30s for highs. We will have a mix of sun and clouds and a snow flurry is possible across the north and east. Skies will clear out some tonight and this will allow thermometers to make a run at 20 degrees in some areas.
Sunday looks like a good weather day with readings in the middle 40s with some clouds rolling back in during the afternoon. That’s when our attention turns toward the next system heading our way for early next week.
Rain will overspread the region late Monday as low pressure works just to our south. It’s going to be a close call on Tuesday as to whether falling temps catch the rain. That would give some areas of the state the chance for a mix of rain and snow or a switch to snow. The NAM Model shows just how closer we get Tuesday Morning:
The GFS has a little more moisture and actually shows the chance for accumulating snow across northern Kentucky:
I will keep an eye on that system through the weekend and have updates as needed. Have a wonderful Saturday and take care.