Good Friday, everyone. We’ve made it to the weekend, and things are starting off on a nice note across the commonwealth. That will change by Sunday as the first in a series of arctic fronts blows into the region. That will set the stage for some frigid weather early next week.
The winter storm across southeastern Kentucky behaved very well. Some areas picked up about a half a foot of snow, and this caused some serious travel headaches for many. Take a look at this snowy pic:
That was a heck of a storm that grazed the southeastern corner of the state.
The weather today will be much better, with partly sunny skies and temps in the low 40s. Saturday looks to be the best day of the next seven days, with more sunshine and temps in the mid to upper 40s. Winds will gust ahead of what arrives by Sunday.
That will be the first in a series of arctic shots, and it will knock temps down, with highs Sunday in the upper 20s and low 30s.
The next front sweeps in on Monday, and this should have some light snow with it. Take a look the cold air behind that front:
We will have a few more possible snow systems to keep an eye on next week.
Have a great Friday and take care.