Good Tuesday to one and all. We’re coming off a wild weather ride, with 70 degrees, snow, thunderstorms and flooding all within 48 hours. Even for Kentucky weather, this was pretty extreme. We have a bit of a break coming Tuesday before Old Man Winter tries to make a return.
For Tuesday, some sun will boost highs into the 40s.
A weak system moves into town Wednesday, with some light rain and light snow possible. An even colder shot of air will come in behind it, with highs in the 30s for Thursday and lows about 20 degrees.
That brings us to the weekend and the possibility of a big storm affecting the state. We’re several days out, and the models are jumping around a bit. The GFS suggests rain mixing to snow:
The GFS Ensembles mean brings the low in a little quicker from late Friday to Saturday morning:
That system then cranks up to our east, with a better chance of some snow Sunday and early Monday:
It’s still a long way out, and the models will waffle back and forth before settling on a solution. Anyone saying this storm is for sure going to bring snow is crazy. Anyone else saying this storm won’t bring snow is also crazy and not paying attention to this March pattern.
Enjoy your Tuesday and take care.