Good Tuesday, everyone. Arctic cold is back in control of our weather after a brief break over the weekend. Additional pushes of very cold air will be on display later in the week. But what about the chances of snow? That’s something we will have to deal with on more of a short-term basis.
Record or near-record cold is with us to start the day in parts of the region. A weak, light snow-maker is brushing far southeastern Kentucky, with some minor accumulation.
The next system is much stronger and continues to show up farther north and west on some of the latest data for Wednesday night. The Hi-Res NAM simulated radar:
Regardless, he plains system will bring in snow showers and flurries on Thursday.
A messy system looks to take aim at our region late this weekend and early next week. That could bring a little bit of everything as we open the book on March. Another round of very cold air might follow that.
Speaking of spring and colder weather, the long-range CFS keeps the below-normal temps through early April: