Tracking snow showers and squalls

Good Monday, everyone. A quick-hitting blast of winter weather is blowing across Central and Eastern Kentucky on Monday, and this could lead to some light accumulations in some areas. Overall, the pattern continues to advertise the potential for harsh winter weather during week two of the month.

Monday’s snow showers and squalls will zip through with lots of coatings and maybe as much as 1 inch in a heavier squall. These snows will reduce visibility at times as winds gust to 25 mph. A few slick spots might briefly develop.

I have you all set to do some tracking:

Hamburg Area from WKYT Studio
Lexington

I-75 @ Winchester Road Lexington

I-75 @ Winchester Road

US 60 @ US 127 Frankfort

US60 @ US127

US 127 @ Frankfort Frankfort

US127 @ Frankfort KY

US 60 @ US 460
Frankfort
US60 @ US460

I-75 MP 127
Georgetown
I75 NB @ MP 127

I-64 MP 97
Winchester
I-64 WB @ MP 97

Mountain Parkway near Slade

I-275 approaching KY 20/Airport
Near Covington
I-275 East of KY 20/Airport Exit

The models are still trying to sort through all the action showing up from late this week and next week. It looks like one system moves in later this week with mainly rain. Colder air comes in behind that system as the next storm develops in the Gulf and lifts to the northeast. The models change from run to run on that system, so don’t take any solution to heart. It’s important to just to see whether the models continue to advertise something.

The current Euro late next weekend:

Euro 3

The European Ensembles mean is farther east with the track…

Euro 4

The European continues to show a huge arctic outbreak coming behind that, and is now much stronger with the arctic wave of low pressure:

Euro 2

That would be all kinds of fun, if it were to verify.

Have a great day and take care.

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