Wind and rain bringing winter back to Kentucky

Good Tuesday, everyone. A fun-filled weather day is in the making as a powerful storm system works in from the west. This will give us a wild temperature ride, with gusty winds and heavy rain. All of this will take us into a very cold pattern that features several chances of snow.

Heavy rain and thunder will be with us for much of today. Winds will gust to 40 mph at times as cold air sweeps in from the southwest. That’s right, the southwest, as the low moves by to our west and north. That will switch things over to a rain and snow mix by late tonight and Wednesday morning.

Here’s what you need to track today’s changes:

Current Temperatures

Colder air will continue to funnel in on Wednesday as snow showers and squalls take over the deeper we get into the day.

That will set the stage for some light accumulating snow into Thursday. The NAM is impressed:


A northwesterly wind flow will bring rounds of snow showers and squalls our way into the upcoming weekend. Winds will continue to gust up as temps run way below where they should be as we head into early March.

Have a great Tuesday and take care.

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