Good Monday, everyone. Rounds of heavy rain continue to push across much of central and eastern Kentucky. This action continues through Tuesday with the potential for a little too much rain in the southeast.
Additional rainfall of 1″-2″ will be possible in many areas. Some areas of the southeast could push 3″ during this time. The Hi-Res Nam forecast:
A cold front sweeps in here late Tuesday and that could spawn some thunderstorms. Temps should spike into the upper 50s ahead of the front. Seasonally cold air comes in behind that boundary for Wednesday and Thursday:
The source region for that air isn’t very cold, so it’s only seasonal. As that comes in, a rain or snow shower will be possible Wednesday and Wednesday night.
Temps rebound with better weather blowing in by the end of the week into the start of the upcoming weekend. With such a convoluted upper level pattern, we have to be on guard for another potent system impacting our weather late next weekend into the following week. That’s something the GFS has been seeing on certain runs:
Some of the longer range models are suggesting a colder period settling in around the middle of December. Check out the 10 day temperature departures in Celsius:
I leave you with another day of rain tracking radars:
Have a great day and take care.