A cold day for Black Friday shoppers

Good Friday and happy shopping. Bundling up is the name of the game for all the bargain-hunters across Central and Eastern Kentucky. We have another frigid day in the making.

Temps Friday will start in the teens and hit the upper 30s in the afternoon. Lows Friday night will be in the 20s as skies stay mainly clear.

Saturday looks breezy but better. Highs in the 40s under a partly sunny sky will make for a fairly pleasant day across our part of the world.

Clouds will increase on Sunday as a weak front drops into the region. There is the possibility of a few late-day showers. You can see those on the NAM simulated radar:

NAMSlightly colder air will filter in on Monday, and I can’t rule out a few wet flakes trying to mix with chilly showers.

The end of next week turns milder as highs make a run toward 50 degrees. This happens as arctic air invades the Plains states. That air works in here next weekend as a storm system runs toward the Great Lakes. We have to watch for a potential overrunning storm system developing by the following weekend. The GFS has been hinting at this:

GFS

That is likely to be the start of a super winter setup heading into the middle of December.

Have a great day and take care.

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