Good Sunday to one and all. We’re getting ready to wrap up a very chilly weekend here in the bluegrass state. This looks to hang tough into the upcoming work week as temps average well below normal.
Let’s start things out with where we are and roll forward.
Our Sunday begins with patchy frost and temps in the 30s, but will end with some sun and highs in the mid to upper 50s. Overall, this is a pleasant fall day.
Another system will shoot in here from the northwest on Monday. That will bring an increase in showers during the afternoon and evening:
Winds will gust up as temps stay on the chilly side with 50s for highs. Those showers should continue into Tuesday as our system develops into a massive nor’easter. That will cause even colder air to be funneled in here on a strong north to northeasterly wind flow:
We could also see another shower or two trying to develop, especially across the eastern parts of the state. Any day that features clouds and showers may find temps struggling to get to 50 degrees for a high.
That system is so potent, snows may fly as close by as the West Virginia mountains.
Enjoy your day and take care.