The pattern continues to favor cold

Good Wednesday, folks. Temps will rise over the next couple of days, but the overall weather pattern continues to favor colder-than-normal weather. This is a continuation of the setup we’ve been in since October.

Let’s start with where we are Wednesday. A cold front is sweeping eastward across Kentucky and is bringing gusty winds and isolated showers. Here’s regional radar to help you track the action:

Highs will range from near 60 ahead of the front to the mid- and upper 40s behind it.

Thursday will see highs reaching the 50s under a mostly sunny sky. Gusty winds will add a bit of chill to the air.

Friday looks like the best weather day of the week and of the next week. There will be sunny skies as temps take off. Check out the highs coming from the European Model:

Euro 4 A cold front moves in Saturday and is likely to bring a couple of showers our way. Highs will rise into the upper 50s to low 60s ahead of the front and the tumble behind it.

Sunday turns much colder as our pattern goes back to one featuring a wintry look and feel. The setup by Tuesday of next week might feature a storm developing in the Deep South and a stronger blast of cold diving in from the north:

Euro 5

Could that deliver some wintry weather? That’s a possibility and something for us to keep a close eye on.

True springtime warmth is still a long way off.

Enjoy the day and take care.

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