Big temperature changes ahead

Good Thursday, everyone. We continue to be in the deep freeze across Central and Eastern Kentucky. Low temperatures have made history in recent days, but it’s more of a wild ride in front of us. Cold … mild … then cold again.

Highs Thursday will range from the upper 20s in the north to the mid-30s across the south. Gusty winds will make it feel even colder as a few snow flurries dance about our sky.

Track whatever is showing up out there:

Current temperatures

Milder air pushes in for the weekend and might bring a touch of sleet by Friday night. Showers set in for Saturday as temps slowly rise. Heavy rain and wind look to become common for Sunday:

EuroSome rumbles of thunder will be possible as this storm wraps up and passes by to our west. This thing will crank up by Sunday night and Monday. Check this thing out:

Euro 2

That’s a lot of wind and falling temps on Monday. Much colder air swings back in for Thanksgiving week. The pattern is going to try to throw a couple of winter systems our way before the holiday period is finished. We will have to fine-tune those as we get closer.

If you’re a fan of winter, you will want to check back Thursday evening. That’s when I release my winter forecast.

Have a great day and take care.

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