Good Monday, everyone. Rainy days and Mondays seem to go hand in hand and that’s certainly the case out there today. We have a strong cold front putting an end to our spring tease and now comes another round of very cold air for the rest of the week.
Today’s front will slowly walk eastward across the commonwealth. Widespread rain will be along and ahead of this boundary. Winds today may gust up to 40mph at times, so hold on to those umbrellas. Temps will only make it into the low and mid 50s before crashing later this evening.
Your Monday tracking toys:
Tuesday will feature much colder temps with highs only in the low 40s on a gusty northwesterly wind. A few showers may be leftover to start the day across the eastern mountains.
Another cold front will drop in Tuesday night and Wednesday and this will bring even colder air to the region. Thermometers on Wednesday will likely stay in the 30s for highs. The setup is one that may bring a few snow showers and flurries to much of central and eastern Kentucky:
I warned you this would be a brief bout of spring weather. Old man winter isn’t done yet and he may have another round or two to throw our way as we roll into the middle of the month.
Here’s hoping you make the best out of a rainy Monday. Take care.