A colder pattern settles in

Good Friday and Happy New Year. 2016 is off and running with cloudy and cold conditions across central and eastern Kentucky. This air is typical for this time of year, but signs of colder air are showing up over the next few weeks.

The year begins with some flurries and temps dropping into the upper 20s and low 30s. From there, we find a tranquil weekend taking shape before another cold front drops in from the north. That brings in even colder air for Monday and Tuesday…

EuroEven with a north to northeast wind flow… some lake moisture could make it into the region and produce some snow showers and flurries.

The cold lets up second half of next week as we watch a potent looking winter pattern take shape into the second week of January…

Euro 2That’s a heck of a deep trough that could be introduced by a decent winter storm across the eastern half of the country. The GFS is evening showing this potential…

GFSThe air coming in behind any such system would be VERY COLD…

GFS 2Make it a great New Year’s Day and take care.

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