Good Sunday, everyone. Our first weekend of Spring has been nothing short of spectacular with mild temps and sun-filled skies. This nice weather is about to take a backseat to a much more active weather pattern for the week ahead. It’s a pattern with a little spring and a little winter.
Highs today will be a bit cooler than what we had on Saturday. The north may stay in the 50s with 60s again in the south and west.
A weak front will be draped across Kentucky over the next few days and that should mean some pretty big temperature swings. Check out the numbers coming from the European Model:
I can’t rule out a shower or thunderstorm across parts of the region, especially on Tuesday.
As you can see, temps by Wednesday really take off with readings nearing 70 degrees. A gusty southwesterly wind will be noted as we get ready for the arrival of a stronger cold front on Thursday:
Showers and thunderstorms will be possible along this front as much colder air comes in behind it. It may get cold enough for some late week snowflakes across Kentucky.
The overall busy weather pattern looks to carry us through much of Spring. Check out the rainfall numbers on the CFS through early May:
Thunderstorms will eventually enter the picture and we should get into a rather robust severe weather season. It looks to arrive later than normal, but it could throw us some decent events this spring.
Make it a great Sunday and take care.