All eyes on a big storm next week

Good Saturday, everyone. We continue to enjoy a nice, but chilly weekend across central and eastern Kentucky. You really need to get outside and enjoy every minute of it because another BIG storm rolls in early next week. That pattern may unlock a more wintry setup into Thanksgiving week.

Highs today will be in the upper 40s and low 50s under mainly sunny skies. Skies stay clear into Sunday with low 30s to start and upper 50s to end.

After a chilly and dry weekend, the weather gets cranking early next week with a powerful storm developing to our west…

GFSThat system brings an increase in rain Monday into Tuesday with the bulk of the action arriving Tuesday night into Wednesday…

GFS 4Such a slow-moving and powerful storm can put down a lot of rain around here. High water issues are a real possibility into the middle of next week.

Much colder air comes in behind that for the end of the week and introduces a pattern that has much more of a wintry look. We will have to watch a potential system next weekend that sets the stage for even bigger potential Thanksgiving Week…

GFS 2

Blocking across Greenland and blocking in the eastern Pacific is really getting my attention. Those two can cause some winter mischief across the country in the closing weeks of the month.

Make it a great Saturday and take care.

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