Good Tuesday everyone. After a balmy Monday, we have a big change blowing across the bluegrass state today. A cold front will bring widespread showers and gusty winds this afternoon into this evening, and that will put an end to our warm spell.
Showers will become numerous as the day wears on, and winds may gust to 30 mph. Some rumbles of thunder will be possible along with and ahead of this cold front. Track all the action on regional radar:
Highs for Wednesday and Thursday will be much closer to normal, with upper 40s to near 50 degrees. Both days will feature a mix of sun and clouds.
Moisture is likely to return to the region by Friday as our next weather-maker takes aim at the state. On-and-off rain will be likely from Friday through Sunday as highs return to the 50s. That will set the stage for the possibility of a strong low pressure system working through our region by Monday.
The European Model shows a powerful storm:
That’s one heck of a temperature drop coming in behind that storm and would introduce us to a much colder pattern that looks to usher in a wintry pattern for the rest of December.
Make it a great Tuesday and take care.