Good Sunday everyone and thanks for dropping by the blog. Our weekend is wrapping up on a chilly note as we watch our next weather maker rolling in early in the new week. This system will bring a taste of winter to much of central and eastern Kentucky.
Before we look ahead, a quick word about Saturday’s temps. Lexington hit 36 degrees for a high and that marked the coldest November day since 2008. This on the heels of a 66 degree Thanksgiving just 48 hours earlier.
Today’s weather will feature a mix of sun and clouds with temps in the 40s. Breezy conditions will make it feel much colder.
Our system for early in the week will roll in Monday evening and continue through Thursday. The area of low pressure I’m tracking will take a track just to our south and that means a good shot at rain and snow. You can see the transition line showing up on the GFS:
That setup could give parts of the area a small accumulation of slushy snow. That is certainly not set in stone, but here’s a look at the area seeing the best shot:
This doesn’t look like a big deal, but should be a reminder that winter is fast approaching.I will try to get another update on later in the day.
Make it a wonderful Sunday and take care.