Tracking December Back Into The Bluegrass

Good Thursday to one and all. Our run of blowtorch type temperatures has come crashing down, courtesy of a strong cold front. That front is bringing much colder weather to the region for the next several days.

Temps today will generally range from the upper 30s to lo 40s all day long. The back edge of the departing rain shield may even mix with a wet snowflake before it all clears out this afternoon:

GFSHere are all the tracking toys you need for the day…

Rain totals before all this wraps up could top 1″ in a few spots:

NAM 2A couple of disturbances work in here from Thursday night through Friday night. These will kick off some snow flurries and snow showers. Even the folks at the WPC are now showing this action…

HPCI can see a small accumulation across parts of the north and east Friday evening into Friday night. Small being the key word.

The hi res NAM shows a cold Friday afternoon for our entire region…

NAM 3Saturday looks cold with sunny skies returning. Sunday finds clouds on the increase ahead of a big system for Christmas week. This is likely to lead to another big surge in temperatures and a lot of rain for our region. Yippee.

Make it a great day and take care.

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