Good Thursday, everyone. Winter arrived back in the bluegrass yesterday and it’s going to stick around for a while. Additional rounds of snow showers and squalls will be noted for the next several days as cold air reigns supreme.
Temps today will be in the low and mid 30s with on and off snow showers and squalls. A lot of this will be melting, but some localized accumulations will be possible. This will be on the light side and mainly limited to elevated and grassy surfaces.
Watch the cold and snow from the comfort of your computer:
Gusty winds today will make it feel like temps are in the low and middle 20s. A similar forecast will be with us for Friday into Saturday. Temps into the weekend may be even colder with highs struggling to get to the freezing mark.
Another light snow maker will dive toward the commonwealth by Monday night and Tuesday:
A fresh blast of colder than normal air will follow that for the middle of the week. The colder than normal temperature pattern is going to be really tough to scour out of here. The latest March temp forecast from the CFS Model has most of the country well below normal: