Tracking a strong cold front into Kentucky

Good Wednesday, folks. Let me start out with a hearty thank you to all the vets out there. The weather on this big day looks mainly calm and quiet until a strong cold front arrives overnight and early Thursday.

After starting the day in the low 30s, highs reach the low 60s with a mix of sun and clouds. Winds begin to increase in the afternoon as the cold front moves our way. That brings a line of showers and storms through here overnight. Here’s how the NAM sees it working out:

NAMThe most likely threat of severe weather looks to stay well off to our northwest, but gusty winds will be possible. Gusts of 30 to 40 mph will be possible into Thursday.

Chilly air comes in behind this front Wednesday and Thursday, but another cold front sweeps in Friday:

NAM 2That should keep our highs in the 40s and lows in the upper 20s into Saturday. Skies stay mostly sunny through Sunday, and you had better take advantage of it. Another storm system approaches the region early next week, with more gusty rain. That could be the first of many big systems over the next few weeks. Many of the forecast models indicate the potential for heavy amounts of precipitation during this time:

GFSI leave you with your radars to track the current system rolling our way:



Make it a great day and take care.

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