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:
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:
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.