Snow swipes Kentucky Wednesday night

Good Wednesday, everyone. Another snow maker is likely to swipe the Bluegrass State later Wednesday night and early Thursday. This continues to be part of a wild month of winter weather in Kentucky.

We will probably see a sharp cutoff on the northern extent of the snow working in Wednesday night. The most likely chance at accumulation will be across southern and eastern parts of the state. Here’s a first-call map:

SPECIAL 2Snow showers and flurries will be possible for the rest of the region as another arctic front works in. That will unleash another arctic cold spell for Friday and Saturday.

I’m really watching the pattern from late this weekend into next week. This is a very ugly setup across our part of the world. I suspect the models will trend colder as we get closer, but the possibilities are endless.

Snow, wintry mix, heavy rain and thunder will all be possible during this time. The forecast models are going crazy with the amount of precipitation they predict over the next 10 days:


GFS RainEuropean Model

EuroThat would certainly make for a very ugly start to the month of March and would continue the nasty pattern we’ve had for most of February.

I’ve made comparisons to the recent stretch of nasty weather with a similar period we had in 1994. The numbers prove just how similar these periods are:

Lexxington 1994 vs 2015Those are definitely two heavyweight weeks!

Have a great day and take care.

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