Good Sunday to one and all. Many school systems are off for spring break for the upcoming week, so some nice weather would go a long way toward enjoying the time off. Thankfully, signs of spring are showing up right on cue.
Our day will start with a band of snow exiting eastern Kentucky. Some areas will wake up to light accumulations before sunny skies take over. Mostly sunny skies will be likely for the rest of the region with temps hitting the 50s.
Monday starts our warm up with highs well into the 60s and making a run toward 70. Winds will be rather gust ahead of a system passing to our north on Tuesday. That MIGHT bring a shower our way, but most of the juice stays north. Temps will be mild and that continues into Wednesday.
Check out the numbers for the middle of the week:
Those numbers are long overdue and will come with a price. The pattern looks fairly busy for the second half of the week with rounds of showers and thunderstorms joining the spring break party. This is a stormy look from the GFS:
We will have to watch for the possibility of strong thunderstorms during this time. Colder air will the filter back into our region by next weekend. The overall pattern into the middle of April looks to be skewed colder than normal.
Does that come as a shock? I didn’t think so.
Enjoy your day and take care.