Good Sunday to one and all. We’re wrapping up the first weekend of 2013 with a lot of clouds and scattered rain and snow showers across the region. This stuff gets out of here to start a new week that looks to feature some wild temp swings.
A weak system will roll across the Ohio Valley today and this will keep clouds across much of the bluegrass state. Moisture will increase later in the day as some snow showers and flurries develop. A rain shower or two will be noted in some areas as our temps will generally run in the mid and upper 30s.
Here’s regional radar to track whatever is out there:
The action will clear out overnight as much colder air moves in. Readings my morning may drop into the upper teens and low 20s:
Temps will begin to warm by Tuesday as a slow moving storm moves closer to the region. Thermometers may soar toward the low 50s by Wednesday as rain moves in here. We could have a serious round of warmth for a day or two by the end of next week. That’s before major blast of cold pushes in by the end of next weekend into the following week.
That may set the stage for some wicked winter weather for the last half of the month into February. Check out the brutally cold look from the CFS weekly forecast for the last two weeks of the month:
You should get cold just looking at those maps! Make it a great Sunday and take care.