Watching the return of winter

Good Monday and welcome to a windy start to the week. The gusty winds are blowing somg big weather changes into town later in the week. This will bring winter back into the bluegrass state.

A mix of sun and clouds will be noted across the state today as temps hit the upper 40s and lower 50s. The gusty winds will be the main story as we could hit 40mph at times.

Colder air will continue to slowly bleed in here over the next few days. This will allow an area of low pressure to develop to southwest and roll toward the Carolinas. This could put parts of central and eastern Kentucky in line for some wet snow on Wednesday.

The track of the low on the NAM suggests more of a rain/snow mix in the south and far east with light snow farther west and north.

It won’t be until tomorrow that we have a better handle on how much of an impact this storm will have on our weather.

The weather for this coming weekend may turn wicked with arctic cold, wind and snow. Look at the direct discharge of arctic air diving into our region on the European Model…


You also see the Euro is blowing up a big storm to our east and northeast. Will that be far enough west to have a significant impact on Kentucky? That remains to be seen, but several snow makers are likely to dive in from the northwest during this time…


Have a great Monday and take care.

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